Archive for Month: April

Being the Bill Murray of Business

Recently I watched The Bill Murray Stories: Life Lessons Learned from a Mythical Man, the 2018 documentary about the great man himself. The documentary recounts tales of Bill being a happy go lucky guy, gate-crashing parties, joining in on random softball parties and going to dinner parties of people he...

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What the Corporate World can learn from the Celts

When the Celts are described it can often be with a negative connotation. They have been described as barbaric. Barbarian, in itself, leads you to think of uncivilised, wild and warlike. The word Barbarian actually derives from the Greek expression to describe anyone who was non-Greek. In actuality, the...

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Accounting Pro is Here To Help

As we all know we’ve experienced a downturn due to the pandemic. However, this shouldn’t stop you from considering setting up as a contractor or small business as a Limited company entity. If you or your family are having problems in this most difficult of times and need some...

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UK Contractors Working in Ireland during Covid-19

Revenue have announced a relaxation of residency rules for Irish tax exiles. Normally, if an individual resides in Ireland for more than 183 days, they are liable to pay Irish taxes, but due to the extenuating circumstances of Covid-19, there will be temporary flexibility for people who are unable...

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Keeping your Premises Safe during Covid-19

During these strange times, many of us are having to avoid human contact by taking time off or work from home during this pandemic. This leaves our usual work place unoccupied for weeks, even months. This can be the perfect opportunity for burglars or vandals to enter the premises...

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CRO and Covid-19

As a result of Covid-19, Companies Registration Office are currently unable to process submissions or answer questions until at least the 14th of April. Many companies are in the same situation, not able to conduct business as usual and nobody knows when normality will return. This will affect any...

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