Summary of 2017 Budget Measures

Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, today announced the first Budget of the minority lead Fine Gael – Independent Alliance Government. Unusually, this Budget will be passed through the Dáil with the acquiescence of Fianna Fáil, who will honour the confidence and supply agreement struck with Fine Gael earlier this year. Therefore, it is widely accepted that today's Budget has been drafted with an eye on the next General Election.

Tech Start Ups: Don't Snub Good Governance

The Irish tech sector continues to grow healthily. It is a competitive marketplace where companies hustle for position, each with their own idea and end goal of starting to generate profitable revenues. A significant number of start-ups continue to receive funding to assist their research, testing and ultimate release of new products.

Moore Stephens is proud to support the Ludgate

The Ludgate Hub was officially opened on 29 July 2016 in Skibbereen by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor.  The Ludgate Hub is a revolutionary 1 Gigabit digital hub located in Skibbereen which constitutes an important step in the economic development of Skibbereen and the wider West Cork region. Moore Stephens is proud to be a sponsor of this project. 

Credit Union Accounting Update August 2016

There are a number of significant updates and changes for credit unions in 2016. For the year ended 30 September 2016 credit unions will be preparing their financial statements under the new Financial Reporting Standard, FRS 102, for the first time. These changes have given rise to new challenges for the sector as a whole and in particular their financial reporting practices. This article sets out some practical considerations in adopting these changes.

Incorporate or Not?

A company is a legal entity that can protect its owners from personal liability for debts and obligations associated with the business, within limits. The advantages of incorporation are numerous and include taxation, investment and succession planning considerations.

Company Law Update – Deadlines Loom

As most directors & executives will be aware, The 2014 Companies Act came into Law exactly one year ago today. It is the single biggest piece of legislation enacted & it consolidates & codifies all previous companies acts into one single piece of legislation. Some of the new sections present changes, challenges & opportunities for companies & directors alike. One very important decision to be made in the coming months is the type of company you will have into the future…..
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