Qualify for 12.5% Corporation Tax in Ireland
You need to qualify for Corporation Tax when you create a Limited Company in Ireland. This article will explain what Corporation Tax is, how it is applied to your company’s services or goods, and how you can qualify for it.
What Is Corporation Tax?
Corporation Tax (CT) is a tax on Irish company profits and on companies that are incorporated in Ireland. Businesses pay it based on Income Tax rules.Read more
There are many allowances and reliefs available that can help you minimize any tax liabilities on earnings, profits of trade, or gains when you sell assets. Business Consulting Hub accountants can help you find which ones will save the most taxes for you.Read more
Tax Return Service
Filing tax returns can be complicated and stressful in Ireland, especially when other paperwork begins to pile up and deadlines grow closer. The many steps you need to take to calculate your taxes and file them may also be confusing. Our tax return service makes sure to relieve your burdens and worries about filing taxes. We have helped thousands of people with their tax returns and have competitive pricing for our service.Read more
How Do I Register for VAT in Ireland?
When starting a company, you may notice that most Irish goods and services have a VAT. It is important to understand how VAT will affect your business and whatever products or services you may provide. This article will explain what VAT is, how it works, who should register for it, how to qualify for it, and if there are any exemptions from it.Read more
Documentation Required to Register an Irish Limited Company
It is important to know what documentation is required when you want to register a Limited Company in Ireland. This article will explain how you will register your Limited Company and list some steps to take to make sure that the process goes smoothly.Read more
Successful Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurial Ideas
Entrepreneurial Vision: Create a Business Roadmap for Success
Entrepreneurs must have a vision of where they want their company to be in the future. In addition, the entrepreneur must be able to communicate this vision in an exciting manner to employees and investors, so that they share the vision and are motivated to help achieve it.
Becoming a Sole Trader in Ireland
There are various steps that you must complete to become a Sole Trader in Ireland and start your company. This article will explain how to register for tax, what taxes you will pay, how to get a Personal Public Service Number (PPSN), how to register for VAT, things you need to keep in mind, where to register your company’s name, and where to go to register as a “Self-Employed” person.Read more
Top 3 Startup Business Plan Mistakes to Avoid
Would-be entrepreneurs get business plans turned down by funders every day. These are some of the key mistakes which set off alarm bells in the minds of funders. Writing that your business has no current competition sounds like the description of an ideal situation, but once you consider what this means you can understand why funders don’t want to hear this. If there are no current competitors for a product or service you have designed, it is generally because there is no market to satisfy the customer need you are focused on.
What is a Business Plan?
A business plan is a document created at the beginning of a new venture, whether it is an entirely new business or a new venture within an existing business. Plans created internally are generally only as formal as they have to be, based on the company politics. They may not include all of the same standard sections as a business plan for a new business, and are only as detailed as required by the firm’s managers.
Becoming an Entrepreneur: Four Steps to Entrepreneurship
As more and more people start or consider starting their own business, it is important that they understand the core steps that are required to launch successful ventures. These steps include spotting, assessing, selecting and executing upon opportunities. As more and more people start or consider starting their own business, it is important that they understand the core steps that are required to launch successful ventures. These steps include spotting, assessing, selecting and executing upon opportunities.