Experiences and motives.

Whether you are starting a small or large company, it can be difficult to understand accounting jargon. This can confuse and distort your ideas for your business due to not knowing where to start with your finances, and in the long run it is very important to keep all your tax and regulatory affairs up to date.

It can be daunting to think that you are going through it all alone.

But you do not need to do it that way because as experts in accounting, and as an accounting firm in Dublin, we will work with you to cover all accounting matters.  We will teach you how to keep up to date and sometimes save money at the same time.

Our online accountants have experience with many companies that have missed important deadlines or have serious fines that they cannot pay.  What we as experts want for you and your business is to avoid any problems with your accounts and finances quickly and effectively.  We will help you to keep books and records effeciently so your business can flourish from the beginning and continue to do so.

Do you have any doubt?
Our team will be happy to speak with you, they are just a call or click away if you need to speak or join our accounting services.

We can tell you how to decide if you organise as a sole trader or limited company.  If you are starting a business, you have to choose a structure, depending on your activities we can help you to choose.

For example, a sole trader generally pays income taxes of up to 40% of earnings, while a corporation in Ireland only pays 12.5% Corporation Tax on its earnings.

Example
A customer who is a human resources consultant got fees of over € 175,000 last year.  When he approached us, it was too late to form a Limited Company and save on his tax bill. He paid almost half of his tax income as a sole trader.

There would have been savings forif this consultant  had formed a Limited Company.

On the other hand, if you create a limited company, you are establishing a separate legal entity.  This means that this limited company is responsible for any debt with the outstanding creditors, not you personally.