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Many thanks for this very fast and knowledgeable response! Something to think about over the weekend
Hi I was wondering what happens in the case when an employers income does not drop under the 25%. What happens if the first six months income are more or less the same as the first six months in 2019. The employer genuinely thought there was going to be a drop in income - it just didn't happen tha
I would also say from my experience that Revenue are very reasonable when dealing with a self-employed individual who they believe are doing the best they can. Don't be afraid of them, they are people too and are actually happy to help. It's only those who are deliberately trying to avoid paying ta
So from the above, the Spar in O'Connell street in Dublin is being unreasonable looking for 50 cent for a 6.50 transaction? At the most,it cost them 25cent? The staff member called me rude for refusing the pay it - As It ONLY 50cent and wanting to pay in coins instead was RUDE ? I don't understan
I agree with this advice 100%. You are an employee. You will need an accountant to file with the CRO and for tax purposes. It's more complicated with a DAC/Ltd Company than as a sole trader unfortunately
Just don't forget to file before your ARD every year. It's easy with zero accounts but can be VERY expensive if you forget. I have had to get two different people out of that situation over the last couple of years
The new contactless system is marketed for small transactions such as cups of coffee etc. It is said that it's cheaper and easier than cash for both the customer and the retailer. Yet the SPAR shop in O'Connell street, Dublin want to charge 50cent per contactless transaction. Is this allowed?
Thanks for all the comments a feedback. Weirdly I should have known that their was loads of Mail between Ireland and the UK - sure didn't I see an old photo recently of a butchers Moore Street Dublin offering to post meat to relatives in England during the rationing . As for Hungary I will se
Hi all I am writing a short story and part of it is based during WWII in Ireland, England and Hungary. For the purposes of this story I am assuming that mail between all three countries stopped from the 1st September 1939. Does anyone know if this is correct ?
St Saviours Orphanage Dominick Street, Dublin 1 I work for the charity that purchased the building in 20 lower Dominick Street that used to be St Saviours Boys Home. We are looking for anybody who is interested in documenting the history of the home. We have contact details of a previous caretake
Buy a Company Limited by Guarantee Hi Does anyone know if a company limited by Guarantee can buy or merge with another company limited by Guarantee. Or would we have to windup one of the companies and have the other company buy its assets. Its so much simpler when you can just issue shares!
Hi I work with Youth Work Ireland - the Charity that bought 20 lower Dominick Street from the Orphanage. Our Caretaker Liam used to work in the Orphanage previously. Our phone number is 01-8584500 - Dial 0 when you get the options - and maybe somebody can put you in contact
www.churchservices.tv are actively recruiting churches from the Anglican, Methodist and Presbyterian faiths as well as other christian churches in Ireland and the England
As someone with a PhD in Biochemistry - its impossible to define what exactly is unhealthy food. However I get your drift. If you are talking about fresh foods you are going to have to service/restock these machines on a regular basis. Watch the geography of Ireland and choose defined locations c
My personal opinion would be its not right to charge for services/prayers etc but okay to charge if its being used as a Tourist attraction as I know from doing similar accounts - these places are very costly to maintain. Don't know how you separate the two and will admit I was equally shocked when