We Specialise in providing a Complete Accounts and Tax Service to
Small Businesses, including;

Business Set up, Advice for Sole Traders and Limited Companies

  • FREE On Site Consultation to discuss your Accounting & Taxation requirements
  • FREE Advice provided on Steps to set up your Business
  • FREE Advice on Choice of setting up Sole Trader vs Limited Company
  • FREE Tax Registration for our New Business
  • LOW COST Limited Company set up
  • LOW COST Business Plans prepared for your New Business
  • REDUCED FEES for the first 2 Years Trading
  • FREE Payroll Service provided along with our Complete Accounting Service

Accounts Preparation

  • Year end Financial Statements
  • Companies Office Annual Returns – B 1 Annual Return
  • Abridged Financial Statements

Monthly Management Accounts

  • Information to make Key Decisions
  • Control & Reduce Costs
  • Cash Flow Forecasts
  • Cash Control
  • Tax Affairs up to date

Tax Returns

  • VAT
  • RCT Sub Contractors
  • Corporation Tax
  • Income Tax
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Inheritance Tax
  • Gift Tax
  • Stamp Duty

Tax Advice

  • Find out about Tax Reliefs and Tax Exemptions relevant to your Business
  • How to Extract Cash from your Business Efficiently
  • Retirement Planning
  • Tax Compliance
  • Revenue Audits
  • Keep up to date on Tax Issues affecting your Business

Audit Exemption Explained

Limited Companies are required by law to have an Auditor, and to have their accounts audited each year. Private companies that meet certain criteria may avail of an Audit Exemption.
In order to avail of the Audit Exemption the company must satisfy all of the following conditions, both in respect of the current financial year and the preceding financial year;

  • the company is a company to which the Companies Act ( Amendment ) Act 1986 applies
  • the company has a Turnover of less than Euro 8.8 million
  • the Balance Sheet total of the company is less than Euro 4.4 million
  • the company has an average of less than 50 employees for the year

Also, the company must ensure to file its Annual Return on time with the Companies Office. A late Annual Return disqualifies the company from claiming the Audit Exemption


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