When you engage with TriPro for HR Support, we will send you a FREE HR Audit, helping you to become compliant to all relevant legislation and beyond.
We specialise in company formations, so setting up a company in Ireland is very simple when you have the expertise of TriPro at your service. You can also order a company online through our simple form.
TriPro provides outsourced payroll services to businesses of all sizes, in all industry sectors. We at TriPro understand that payroll can be a complex component of any business structure and thus outsourcing your payroll function to us ensures compliance with the relevant legislation.
TriPro offer a comprehensive range of Secretarial Services for companies in Ireland and can assist you in completing and filing required documents and returns so that your company remains compliant with all relevant legislation and statutory requirements.
TriPro was formed with the principal aim of providing outsourced business solutions to employers and professional advisors. TriPro specialises in the areas of Company Formations, Company Secretarial Services, HR Support, Payroll Services and Secretarial Services for Irish businesses.
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NACE code is a classification system used throughout Europe which groups organisations according to their business activities.
There are restrictions on name choices. The CRO may refuse a name if: It is offensive, It would suggest state sponsorship, It is identical to or too similar to a name already registered on the Register of companies. Company names should be distinct and it is recommended to use extra words so as to create sufficient distinction between names. Certain words such as “company”, “co”, “corporation”, “and”, “&”, “service”, “services”, “limited” and place names are not considered to be a sufficient distinction.
In an unlimited company there is no limit on the liability on the shareholders. In respect of liabilities owed by the company which the company had failed to discharge, recourse may be had by creditors to the shareholders.