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2nd Floor, 5-7 Upper O’Connell Street, Prosperity Chambers, D01 P5P5, Ireland

Phone : +353012546161
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Ireland is ranked by Forbes Magazine to be the one of the best countries to start a business in. It is number one in flexibility and adaptability, it has a developed infrastructure and modern legislation, it is ranked first in the quality and value of inward investment, it is among the top ten most innovative countries, and it is the first in the world for investment incentives.

Ireland’s many businesses are comprised of young innovative, creative, ambitious, and well-educated people. Their unparalleled skills drive companies to find success and remain relevant in the competitive market. Ireland is very welcoming of businesses, aiming to reach the needs of people by providing a suitable environment for them.

We, at Business Consulting Hub, collaborate with clients and ensure that their business is set up in an efficient and beneficial manner. We will cover all aspects of your idea and help bring your dream to life, from providing you with business connections, giving you financial advice, assisting you with legal obstacles, all the way to helping you find your business niche.

Anyone is eligible to start a business in Ireland if he/she follows and stays within the Company Act 2014’s requirements. Ireland is also very supportive of Sole Trader, Partnership, and Limited Company creation with in-depth documentation and flexibility. You do not need a license or relevant education to start a business. You merely need to create a company and register it with the Companies Registration Office depending on the business type that you choose.

Business Consulting Hub will help and make sure that your business startup process is smooth and that your transition into the right kind of company for your ideas. We will also help you stay within the Company Act 2014’s legislation and requirements, and give you the up-to-date information that you need to proceed.

We offer Accounting and Taxation services, Administration services, Business Advisory services, Human Resource services, Marketing services, Translation and Localization services, and Web services. Please see our Services page for more information.

To start a company in Ireland, you need to register it with the CRO and Business Consulting Hub will help you get it sorted. A LTD company needs to have a one-page constitution, while other limited companies need a constitution with a Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association. We will also provide you a leaflet that goes more into depth with company incorporation:

For Sole Traders, you must register your business’s name with the CRO, or you can register online with us. You need to register a company name if it differs from your first or last name.

Next, you will have get registered for Income Tax. You will be paying tax under the self-assessment system as a self-employed person. You will also pay a Universal Social Charge (USC) and Class S Pay-Related Social Insurance (PRSI) contributions.

You need to get a Personal Public Service Number (PPSN) if you want to be a Sole Trader in Ireland. A PPSN is a seven-number reference with one or two letters that gives you access to social welfare benefits, public services, and information in Ireland.

For Limited Companies, you need to register your company’s name with the CRO. Your chosen address must be in Ireland, for CRO to send legal documents.

To create a Limited Company in Ireland, you need to be a European Economic Area (EEA) resident, you need to hire a Company Secretary, you need one or more shareholders,you need a Constitution, and you need one or more directors who are EEA residents.

For more information about how to start a business in Ireland, please check out our blog articles about Sole Trading and Limited Companies

Each company type in Ireland requires documentation during formation. A private company owned by shares (LTD) needs a single page constitution, while the other types of limited companies need a constitution with a Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association. These documents act as a guide for you and your company to follow, as well as provide legal requirements.

The business registration process takes about five days to complete, but it is dependent on the type of company that you chose and whether you have applied for VAT and Corporation Tax. If you have registered for VAT and Corporation Tax, and you are a Limited Company, then expect the process to be completed within ten to twelve business days.

No. Under normal circumstances, you do not need a license to start a business in Ireland. However, if you are going to sell products such as alcohol, gas, and oil, or if you are going to create a restaurant, then you need to acquire the required permissions and licenses.

You need to register for tax when you create and register a company in Ireland. Depending on your company’s type, you will pay a different rate of tax.

If you are a Sole Trader, then you will pay up to a 40% tax on your business’s profit through self-assessment and you will also pay USC and PRSI taxes, resulting in a total tax rate of 52%.

If you are in a Limited Company you will either pay a 12.5% Corporate Tax rate or a 25% Corporation Tax rate for your limited company, as well as any Pay as You Earn (PAYE) tax on your salary.

If your income is over €75,000 for goods and over €37,500 for services, then you must register for Value Added Tax (VAT). VAT is applied to any goods or services in Ireland, even ones that are imported into the country. It is charged on the total sum of the merchant’s products, on any services done abroad, and on goods acquired from EU member states. It includes all taxes, commissions, costs, and charges. The standard rate of VAT for all goods and services is 23%.

To open an Irish bank account, you need photo I.D (such as your passport, your driver’s license, or your national identity card), and a document that proves your address (such as a house bill that is less than six months old, a bank statement, or some form of correspondence from a government department or government authority figure. If you are a non-resident, you can open a bank account in Ireland if you have photo I.D. and proof of your address.

However,some banks require you to have two documents that prove your address, and you may need to fill out a character reference form and grant the bank access to your financial history if you are a non-resident. You also need to make sure that your photo I.D. and proof of address are certified by an accountant or an embassy official.

Business Consulting Hub will assist you to open bank accounts.

Yes, we have multi-lingual staff and we speak your language, English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Hindi, etc.

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