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Irish Accountancy Awards – O'KellySutton nominated

25th March 2016

The Irish Accountancy Awards, being held on Thursday 21st April 2016 at the Ballsbridge Hotel Dublin, showcases excellence, innovation and best practice within the accountancy sector in Ireland. O’KellySutton are delighted to be shortlisted in the category ‘Small Practice of the Year’. We want to thank our excellent staff and great clients for enabling us to make…

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7 tips for a hassle free Revenue Audit

24th February 2016

Prevent the problems occurring right from the start and avoid the costs associated with having to fix them when Revenue come knocking on your door! There’s been a few articles written lately about how to handle the problems a revenue audit can present which is all well and good however the thing that most articles miss is…

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Appointment of Alan McCormack

17th December 2015

O’KellySutton Chartered Accountants www.okellysutton .com are delighted to announce the appointment of Alan McCormack to our team. Alan is an honours business graduate from DCU and just finished his Chartered Certified Accountants exams. He joins us from Bank of Ireland, having previously spent 10 years with Allied Irish Bank in various executive roles such as…

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O'KellySutton appointed as Xero Certified Partners

11th December 2015

O’KellySutton are delighted to announce we have been appointed as Xero Certified Advisors. Xero is the leading global cloud accounting software with 600,000 users worldwide and now for the first time this software can be got locally through trusted advisors O’KellySutton. Xero will compliment nicely our existing range of business reporting and business planning tools and tax…

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Tax Free Vouchers increased to €500 annually

1st December 2015

Tax Free Vouchers Employers may now give a voucher worth up to €500 to an employee tax free since 22nd October 2015 following recent publication of the Finance Bill 2015. This is increased from the exiting €250 but like the previous one terms and conditions apply. A welcome break for employers and employees who may want to…

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Business Advisory Newsbriefing

27th November 2015

Business Advisory News O’KellySutton are delighted to be invited to contribute regular business advisory articles for AIB Business Banking and their website and newsletter. In our recent article http://business.aib.ie/blog/2015/11/7_common_challenges we outline common challenges and opportunities for SME’s and family owned businesses in todays changing environment. We expect to look at practical tips for implementing real growth in…

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We are looking for bright people

27th November 2015

Finance and Business Graduates with first class honours degrees and Accounting Trainees with 1 to 2 years’ practice experience. Be part of a small dynamic team, customer focused. Work with a practice to high quality standards. Only apply if you can demonstrate a high level of academic achievement. Training programmes for Chartered Accountants and Chartered…

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Strategic Business Planning for SMEs and Family Businesses

19th October 2015

Businesses who should undertake the O’KellySutton Strategic Business Planning (SBP) programme are those who: want to achieve growth –  taking on new owners or investors – launching new products – moving into new markets – increasing size of workforce – looking to kick start their business – next generation joining the business – where buying…

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80% of Commercial Property Owners are not tax compliant

16th October 2015

The Capital Goods Scheme (CGS) requires that every property owner creates and maintains a ‘Capital Good Record’ (Section 64(12) and Regulation 27(1)(v)VAT Regulations 2010), for each developed property (capital good) they own. It is effectively a VAT passport for the property. Properties cannot be sold without it. Findings suggest that over 80% are not compliant, shockingly the…

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Budget 2016 – A message of confidence.

15th October 2015

Budget 2016 sends a strong message of confidence to businesses and households alike with a little for everyone approach. O’KellySutton welcomes the positive measures for business, some of which are newly introduced, however there is more to be done over the next few years. There was a welcome introduction of the entrepreneurs relief of 20%…

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