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Article by Patrick Sutton, Partner, O’Kelly Sutton, published in The Sunday Business Post 28th January 2018 One of the easiest mistakes any business can make is to let fixed costs creep up over time. Whilst costs are a necessary part of any business, when they get out of control it can have a crippling impact…

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All directors must now disclosure their salaries to the public – how would you feel about your next door neighbour knowing your salary? Well under section 305 of the new Companies Act 2014, which came into effect in 1 June 2015, ALL directors including shadow directors and de-facto directors must now disclose their director’s remuneration…

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O’KellySutton are experienced and professional when talking over your business from a previous Accountant. It is a seamless and painless process. Here are the 5 key steps to follow: Arranging to meet with O’KellySutton at a time that suits you. O’KellySutton gets full briefing from you about your business and tax affairs. This is a…

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An Article by Patrick  Sutton, partner of O’KellySutton in the Sunday Business Post 29th December 2013 Deciding on the right accounting solution for your business can be a stressful exercise. There are lots of software packages available on the market, some cloud based.

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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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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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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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