Covid continues to hit labour market in third quarter – CSO

The number of people in employment during the third quarter of this year stood at 2,295,200, according to the latest Labour Force Survey published by the Central Statistics Office. This gives an employment rate of 67.7% and represents an annual decrease of 31,700. When adjusted for Covid-19, the number in employment at the end of …

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‘Act now to prepare for Brexit’ – Revenue

Revenue is advising businesses who have not fully prepared for Brexit to act now to avoid significant disruption in their international trade. The advice comes following Revenue’s recent comprehensive trade engagement programme, which involved writing to over 90,000 businesses in September and making follow up telephone calls to approximately 14,000 of those who Revenue believe …

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Ibec calls for early exit from Level 5 for retail, hospitality and travel sectors

The chief executive of employer’s group Ibec has told the Government that there is serious and urgent concern in the business community around the current phase of Covid related restrictions. Danny McCoy also called on the Government to allow the retail, hospitality and travel sectors to reopen as a priority ahead of Christmas, with a …

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Businesses can claim Covid restrictions support cash payments from today

Eligible businesses can claim cash payments under the Government’s Covid Restrictions Support Scheme from today. The scheme is designed to assist firms which have had to close or have seen trading greatly reduced due to the introduction of Level 3 or higher Government restrictions to counteract the spread of Covid-19. So far around 9,500 businesses …

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Lenders warned by Central Bank on clear communication with mortgage holders

The Central Bank has warned lenders that it expects them to clearly communicate with customers at all stages of the mortgage application process, including customers who have already received loan offers. In a letter to the CEOs of the lenders, the bank said they must make clear to customers that where there has been any …

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Cabinet to discuss establishment of pensions commission

The Cabinet meets this morning with Social Protection Minister Heather Humphreys expected to bring a memo proposing the formal establishment of a Commission on Pensions. Under the Coalition’s programme for government, the pension age will be maintained at 66 pending the completion of the Commission’s work – a position confirmed in last month’s Budget speech […]

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Taxation Accountants

Taxation Accountants Business people, professionals, investors and individuals are finding ways and are striving to improve their cash flows and their cash profits. These are somehow possibly achieved through the presence of professional taxation accountants who can help with relevant and timely advice needed to achieve personal financial and business goals. Good thing, taxation accountants …

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Dublin Accountants

Dublin Accountants Running a business is not easy. There are a lot of things that you should do to keep your company successful. This means keeping an eye on your finances and making sure that your bookkeeping, taxes and payroll are handled properly. If you don’t have time for such matters, you can always hire …

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Dublin Bookkeeping

Dublin Bookkeeping Do you actually want to save effort, money and time? Do you want to reduce accountant’s fee along with the frustration and stress of dealing with numbers and figures? Do you also want to end up with more sound financial decisions? Or how about having that great capability of focusing on growing= your …

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