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Budget 2021

Key Points from the 2021 Budget

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COVID-19 SBCI Working Capital

See the latest overview of the key Government interventions and measures as they relate to COVID-19

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COVID-19 Business Continuity Planning Checklist

The following link will guide you through a range of issues for enterprise to consider in responding to a COVID-19 outbreak.

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Company Secretarial - The A-Z of the Register of Beneficial Owners

With the Register of Beneficial Owners (RBO) filing deadline with the Central Register fast approaching, this issue of the Gatal Gazette looks at the complete A–Z of everything you need to know to ensure your Company remains compliant!

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Summary of Budget 2020

Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, today announced his Budget for 2020 in what may well be the final Budget of the current government. With the ongoing uncertainty about Brexit it was widely expected to be a neutral Budget, with the Government being prudent with the country's finances in the event that there is no no-deal Brexit. It was expected that this Budget would include a carbon tax be more focused on families, including investment into GP services and dentist services for children, along with some investment into education.

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Brexit Preparedness Checklist

Ireland will be the EU Member State most affected by the UK’s decision to leave the European Union and we need to recognise that this is happening – the UK is leaving the EU and some things are going to change.

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Graduate 2019 Applications are closed but 2020 Applications will open in November!

Applications for this year’s graduate recruitment programme have now ended but do not despair as we will be re-opening for our 2020 programme in November later this year. 

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Introducing Stream

Stream is our cloud-based outsourcing solution which allows you to spend more time on your core business activities and less time on back office accounting. The complete online finance and accounting solution allows you to view and drill down into your financial data through one easy-to-use central hub.

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Company Secretarial – The 5 W’s of the Register of Beneficial Ownership

Directors and stakeholders of Irish companies will be hearing a lot about this subject in the coming months and our aim with this article is to highlight the main areas that you need to be familiar with under the principle of the 5 W’s, widely attributed to the writings of Aristotle, namely, Why? Who? What? When? and Where? 

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Charities VAT Compensation Scheme

A  new VAT Compensation Scheme for Charities has been introduced to compensate  charities for the VAT paid on the day to day expenditure incurred in running the charity.

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Trinity College Dublin – Sponsored Prizes

Here at Moore we believe in maximising talent to realise potential and are delighted to be linked with Trinity College Dublin & their Postgraduate Diploma Course in Accounting.

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Summary of Budget 2019

Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, today announced his Budget for 2019. Before the Budget, Mr Donohoe was at pains to stress that the Government are being prudent with the country's finances in order to produce a "balanced" budget whilst being focused on the challenges the country would face if there is no deal in relation to Brexit. Whilst it was widely leaked that this Budget would be more focused on spending increases to invest in health, housing and childcare, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar publicly stated that “this is not an election budget”.