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We can help you do your all your accounting online
More businesses process all accounting information online now as automation becomes easier
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Accounting Services

Every business needs accounting services, but a lot can be automated now.
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What to do when you are setting up a new company in Ireland

You can call on OSA McQuillan to help you when you are setting up a new company in Ireland
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IT systems

We use up to date IT and software
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Income Tax for 2020

Do you wonder what your Income Tax bill will be for 2020? 
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Bookkeeping in the 21st Century

In 2019, we are seeing more clients using cloud-based programs to do their accounting. 
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4 steps to working through a limited company for contractors

Step 1 - form a limited company.  Typically this takes 30 minutes to do
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The Small Benefits Exemption Scheme means an employer can give employees gift of up to €500

in value, tax-free, each year. This benefit must not be in cash.
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myAccount is a single access point for secure online services account with Revenue

myAccount enables you to open up lots of Government services
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Setting up a company in Ireland and what books to keep
For a limited company in Ireland, you need a director, and a secretary
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Small business accounts

Every week we get calls from business people who are working through their paperwork to get everything up to date.
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Business books

Business books - quick reviews of the best we have read
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VAT on sales outside Ireland by Irish businesses is a complex area, and you should take professional advice prior to trading, but this is a summary of the law at the moment
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How to check if a tenancy is registered with the PRTB

 

You can check if a tenancy is registered with the PRTB by going to the Residential Tenancies Board and checking if it is registered.  You will need the Eircode of the property you are checking to see - you can use the address but it is not as reliable.

This is the link:

https://onestopshop.rtb.ie/check/index.html
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How to get a tax clearance certificate
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