Business News

Top Ten Tips when dealing with Revenue.

17th September 2012

Article by Patrick Sutton, Partner, O’KellySutton, The Sunday Business Post, 2nd Sept, 2012. Taxpayer’s compliance record: A compliant taxpayer is significantly less likely to be selected for Revenue audit. Revenue can also assist in obtaining a phased payment plan in the future, should you ever find yourself unable to pay your tax liabilities on time.…

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Top Ten Tips for SEMs When Dealing with Revenue

3rd September 2012

Article by Patrick Sutton, Partner, O’KellySutton, The Sunday Business Post, 2nd Sept, 2012. Taxpayer’s compliance record: A compliant taxpayer is significantly less likely to be selected for Revenue audit. Revenue can also assist in obtaining a phased payment plan in the future, should you ever find yourself unable to pay your tax liabilities on time.

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O'KellySutton congratulate Ian Drennan on new appointment as Director of Corporate Enforcement.

31st August 2012

Congratulations to Ian Drennan on his appointment as the new Director of Corporate Enforcement.

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O'KellySutton appointed as Strategic Business Advisers to Irish Greyhound Board.

31st August 2012

As appeared in The Irish Times, Tuesday, 28th August , the Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) has hired consultants at Kildare-based accounting firm O’Kelly Sutton to advise on its five-year strategic plan. This will involve evaluating some 1,200 submissions from stakeholders in the industry and formulating recommendations for the greyhound board that will take it to 2017.…

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Top Ten Tips for SME's dealing with Banks

28th August 2012

Article by Patrick Sutton, Partner, O’KellySutton in The Sunday Business Post, 26th August 2012. 1. Bank Application Forms: Get familiar with what banks are looking for at an early stage. Bank requirements vary, depending on the size and nature of the loan. All the banks have application forms on their websites and these will need…

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Hidden charges and exit penalties in pensions and other investment products.

9th August 2012

Charlie Weston personal finance editor for the Irish Independent, interviewed Patrick Sutton, partner of O’Kelly Sutton Accountants,Kildare on the 6th of August 2012. Finance expert Patrick Sutton, of O’Kelly Sutton accountants in Kildare, said many pension funds had been badly invested, causing losses of between 30pc and 40pc.

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Jack Welch – Straight from the gut

13th July 2012

Just read Jack Welch’s Straight from the gut again for a second time recently and it’s such a great book. Jack retired in 2001 from GE after 20 years as CEO where he lead the organisation through rapid growth over that time. The book is full of valuable advice and tips for any aspiring or…

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SME Financial Management

12th July 2012

In the challenging economic climate we live in today it can be difficult for business owners to keep focused on the routine mundane task of balancing the books at month end. We in O’KellySutton have seen how a lack of discipline can occur in the financial management area where securing the next order can be…

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Exporting to Britain

10th July 2012

Article for Sunday Business Post, Sunday 8th July 2012 Many businesses are looking to enter new markets to increase sales. With a population of 65 million-compared to 4.5 million in Ireland – Britain has oblivious potential for exporters. Last year, Irish exports rose by almost 5 per cent to a total €171 billion. The figures,…

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The Business Planning Process

4th July 2012

One could argue that the process of business planning is hugely more important than the end plan itself. The activity of business planning is an important management tool that allows an organisation to evaluate the health of its position in the market and industry, and adapt accordingly. We liken the business planning process as being…

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