Accounting Pro is Here To Help

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 free business advice, give us a call and we’ll see if we can help out.
During a downturn it is often a very good time to go into business for yourself and we can help with a friendly chat. What is important is that you do your research, have a viable service and product and avail of all the support that is there to help you in Ireland. Enterprise Ireland and the Local enterprise offices are there to help and if you engage properly you can make the relationship work well for you and your business and help it take flight. There are supports to create your online presence, research foreign markets and employment grants to avail of. If you have any questions get in touch with us and we will help you with this.
We are here to help you get through this with as little interruption to your finances as possible.
Accounting Pro is Ireland’s premier contractor accounting service.  We are here to help, the busy contractor and company, with all your accounting and payroll needs. We are both an umbrella company and umbrella corporation and we can create your limited companyWe are experts in contractor pensions, contractor health insurance, illness and sick benefit for the self employed and contractor expenses. To learn more about what we do please review https://www.accounting-pro.ie/  and contact us by email:  info@accounting-pro.ie or phone us 01 592 1199. For the UK see Accounting-Pro UK. “How to maximise your net pay when contracting in Ireland” is an article written by Accounting-Pro Ireland for the benefit of everyone. Feel free to share it but please give attribution on a CC BY-SA license.

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