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Six Things That Every Company Director Should Know About Company Registration

We have summarised six things that every company director should know about the requirements of filing documents with the CRO. Every company, whether trading or not, must file an annual return at the CRO not later than 28 days from its statutory annual return date (ARD). A company director must ensure that an annual return

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Parent’s Leave & Benefit Bill

The Parent’s Leave & Benefit Bill was implemented by the Government to help parents spend more quality time with their children. The Bill entitles parents to take two extra weeks paid parents leave for any child born/adopted on or after November 1st 2019. This is in addition to the 26 weeks maternity leave and 2

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Budget 2020

Further to Budget 2020 announced by Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe last week, the impact on payroll for 2020 is as follows: There were no changes made to tax credits, cut off points or the rates of PAYE. There were no changes made to the Universal Social Charge rates (USC). The Earned Income Tax Credit increased

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Voluntary Strike Off for a Company

Voluntary Strike – Off is one way in which you may formally wind up a company that you have registered in Ireland. A company that ceases to trade, or has never traded, has no assets in excess of €150 and which has no outstanding creditors can request that the Registrar strike-off the company for the

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Registering a Business Name

Registering a Business Name What is a business name? A business name is a name used to carry on business by any individual, body corporate or partnership, which has a place of business in the Republic of Ireland, and which name is not the same as their own true name(s). Who does it apply to?

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What information is required to register a Beneficial Owner with the Central Register?

A Beneficial Owner is defined as any natural person(s) who ultimately owns or controls a legal entity, either through direct or indirect ownership of a sufficient percentage of the shares or voting rights or ownership interest in the entity, including through bearer shareholdings, or through control via other means. These include: Ownership (directly or indirectly)

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Recent Employment Legislation Changes

Parental Leave  The Parental Leave Acts 1998 -2019 allow parents to take parental leave from employment in respect of certain children. A person acting in loco parentis with for an eligible child is also eligible. Parental leave for parents of eligible children will increase from 18 weeks to 22 weeks from  September1st2019 and from 22

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What is PAYE Modernisation

Overview With effect from January 1st 2019, the PAYE system operated by the Revenue Commissioners is being redesigned. The PAYE Modernisation Project will be a new real time reporting regime operational for all employee payments. Employers will need to calculate and report their employees’ pay and deductions as they are being paid.The file containing all

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What are the reporting requirements of PAYE Modernisation

The way an employer will report employees’ pay and payroll deductions to Revenue will change to real time reporting with effect from January 1st 2019. This means that the current returns reported to Revenue such as P30’s, P35’s, P45’s and P60’s will all be abolished. What will this real time reporting involve? Each time an

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National Minimum Wage Increase 2018

With effect from 1st January 2018 the National Minimum Wage is to increase. The national minimum wage for an experienced adult is to increase by 30cent per hour with effect from 1st January 2018 to €9.55 per hour. An experienced adult worker for the purposes of the National Minimum Wage Act is an employee who