The Companies Act 2014 commenced on 1st June 2015. This act introduces a number of new company types however, the majority of private limited companies in Ireland are expected to adopt either the New Model Private Company (LTD) or the Designated Activity Company (DAC); these company types are governed by Parts 1 to15 and 16 respectively.
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HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan’s Sarah Kelly advises on the best approach to maximising your take home pay and claiming all available reliefs.
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan’s Anne Hogan advises on the best approach to succession planning
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan’s Sinéad Mansell investigates the tax implications of employee share incentive schemes.
Limerick’s business community donated over three thousand Euro for Milford Hospice at HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan’s Coffee Morning.
Accountancy and business advisory network HLB Ireland have just released findings of a survey of business owners seeking their views of Brexit from an Irish perspective.
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan were delighted to host a fund raising coffee morning in aid of Milford Care Centre in our offices at 45 O’Connell Street on a sunny May morning.
Britain is holding a referendum on its continued membership of the European Union on June 23rd. There is much speculation and discussion about the impact such an exit could have on both Irish businesses and the Irish economy. Given the significance of the possible consequences of a Brexit we have taken the opportunity to conduct
HLB Insight, HLB International’s magazine, is now available for download.