HLB Sheehan Quinn are delighted to announce the appointment of Simon Byrne, ACA as Audit Manager. Simon joined the firm in 2009 as a trainee and progressed rapidly and currently works with a number of multinational and indigenous businesses.
Latest report on Ireland also flags higher tax bills linked to rising home prices
Government-commissioned research predicts TTIP would hugely boost economy
Danske exit sparks credit scheme revamp
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ECB sharply cuts inflation and growth forecasts as economic climate darkens
With growth stalled in many states, Frankfurt keeps rate unchanged as pressure mounts
Construction jobs are on the way back after record rises in building orders
AIB reports profitable third quarter
The civil service views small business as "one step up from the black economy", the chief executive of the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association (ISME) has said.
Plans to launch a bond market for SMEs are in limbo as the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) tries to persuade the Department of Finance to change the way securities are taxed.
The ECB has started buying covered bonds, opening a new front in its battle to revive the euro zone economy
The 2015 budget is due to be delivered on Wednesday 15th October 2014.
Bank does not directly call for €2bn retrenchment in upcoming budget
GOAL JERSEY DAY 2014
Latest Quarterly National Accounts show economy grew by 7.7% in year to June
Better Capital and NTMA to shut €100m SME turnaround fund
Ministers say Ireland has nothing to fear from OECD proposals
Irish SME’s accounted for 38 per cent of all credit advanced to businesses in the second quarter
Fall comes as new figures show inflation pressures in the euro zone are at a 28-month high
Euro falls to lowest level in a year after bank’s last resort short of full quantitative easing
Single currency loses more ground to dollar on back of speculation of earlier rate rise from Fed
Investors are piling into bonds in anticipation of further stimulus measures by ECB
CSO figures today show an annual decrease in price of export sales by 2.9%
Recent forecasts from IBEC, the ESRI and the Institute of Directors in Ireland have all pointed towards growth and ? an increase in recruitment in 2014.
Benchmark 10-year Government bonds dip below 2% for first time as market expects Fitch upgrade
Latest GDP data confirms economy has finally climbed out of longest downturn since war
Latest numbers show there have been 72,819 permanent mortgage restructures as of June
Data from Federal Statistics Office show seasonally adjusted imports rose by 4.5% in June
The ECB has kept rates on hold for the second month in a row
Latest CSO data suggest inflationary pressure in the Irish economy remains extremely weak
NTR prepares Europe wind debut
Irish cost competitiveness has 'begun to slip' - National Competitiveness Council
Euro zone inflation holds steady at 0.5% in June
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Glanbia's decision to cut its May milk price by 2c/l to a base of 37c/l (including VAT) could herald the start of a general slide in milk prices this summer.
The amount of money put into private pension funds has hit a record high.
Potential jobs boost of 12,000 in sector within six years, says SEAI
PMI survey shows companies in the sector took on staff at the fastest rate in 15 years
China: Ireland's largest Asian market for food and drink exports
Event in London aimed at driving investment in Ireland's food sector
British house prices are rising at their fastest rate since the eve of the financial crisis
Portmarnock golf hotel and office building in docklands area snapped up by KWE
Report reveals more than €111 million - €8 million per month - spent on advisors so far
Agency cites strong performance of exports and sustained recovery of domestic economy
Nutrition and ingredients group warns of challenging retail environment in Ireland
Eurostat estimates euro economy expanded by a meagre 0.2% during the first quarter
New research shows incidents of extremely high indebtedness are uncommon among smaller firms
European Central Bank readies package of rate cuts and targeted measures
Seasonally adjusted exports declined by four per cent while imports rose 12 per cent
New measures aim to triple housing output by 2020 and create 60,000 new jobs in sector
The country will be spared most of the €2bn in planned cutbacks if economic growth continues at current levels.
Ireland is now back on a growth path, says ESRI
Post-crash economy now recovering ‘quite vigorously’, according to economic think tank
Ireland harnessing wind energy could save €700 million a year in fossil fuel imports and reduce the country’s dependency on energy imports, according to a recent report on the wind energy sector.
Recent weeks have seen hogget prices take off while, at the same time, prime beef returns have languished at levels that serve only to create worrying losses for cattle finishers.
The unemployment rate is continuing to drop as the number of people on the Live Register fell by another 1,800 last month – but the number of long-term unemployed has risen marginally.
Exports to be main driver of recovery but domestic demand to play significant part
Largest single transaction by the bad bank since it was set up to clear development loans
Minister Rabbitte announces opening of new REFIT support programme encouraging investment in wind energy that will bring Ireland to its target of 40% by 2020.
Accounting giant HLB International is currently rethinking its strategy in the Middle East and other emerging markets, in what promises to be an efficacious move.
The European Parliament has endorsed the European Commission’s plans to introduce a standard VAT return for businesses across the EU when filing their VAT returns
Rents in Dublin are now back at early 2009 levels, putting a squeeze on renters due to another strong year of growth in the capital that saw rents rise by 7.6 per cent. Across the country however, the cost of renting a home continues to slide.
Decline in net exports linked to the so-called pharma patent cliff pinpointed as main reason
NTMA raises €1bn as regular bond auctions resume
The use of social media in the workplace is regarded as being good for business and its leaders, but not necessarily for staff.
New bank charges hitting customers
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New members join HLB International
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HLB International appointed two members in Norway and one in Moldova.
HLB Sheehan Quinn will be taking part in Goal Jersey Day Friday 11th October 2013.
Two new Spanish firms are appointed to HLB International.
Leinster Football Championship Delaney Cup and National Football League Perpetual Cup visit HLB Sheehan Quinn
The 2014 budget is due to be delivered on Tuesday 15th October 2013.
The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) is a European Union regulation that will simplify financial transactions and make doing business easier
We have set out the Local Property Tax and NPPR filing and payment deadlines
All you need to know about CWPS Pension & the Supreme Court ruling on registered employment agreements
We have set out in this document important changes to retirement relief for disposals after 31 December 2013.
We have set out the tax treatment of the reimbursement of travel and subsistence to office holders and employees in this document
All information relating to tax for 2013 is in this attachment
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What is Local Property Tax, who is liable and who is excluded
December Newsletter for HLB International. HLB Insight.
HLB Sheehan Quinn provide highlights and analysis of Budget 2013 - download PDF and watch budget video.
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EIIS (Employment & Investment Incentive Scheme)
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Tax Deadlines - Find out details of tax payment dates including Preliminary Corporation Tax, PRSI
Sheehan Quinn Income Tax Tips - Changes in Tax 2011 & 2012
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A fragile recovery is being felt by small businesses while employment indicators in the sector are at their highest since Autumn 2007, the ISME latest quarterly survey shows.
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Economic consultants Indecon have carried out a major study on the benefits of having our own stock exchange.