Happy New Year from Accounting Pro

To all our Contractors and Agencies, Accounting Pro would like to wish you all a Happy New Year and prosperous 2018. We would like to extend an opportunity to you all to get in contact with us regarding new offers with respect to referral schemes for new contractors and Irish tax refunds. Tax Refunds It […]

Are you entitled to a tax refund?

With Christmas on the way, many may see a dwindling bank balance during the month of December. With bills on the rise and the cost of Christmas itself, it can all become quite expensive, taking some time to catch up during the New Year. Many fail to realize, they can claim a tax refund for […]

Up To €25,000 in Nursing Home Reliefs

Many families are unaware that there are up to €25,000 in reliefs available to those paying fees and medical expenses for relatives in nursing home facilities. These costs can range from €50,000 to €80,000 per year. Many are missing out on the ability and/or right to claim up to 40% back in reliefs due to […]

Taxation and Medical Expenses

Introduction If you pay medical expenses that are not covered by the State or by private health insurance, you may claim tax relief on some of those expenses. These expenses include the costs involved in nursing home care. More information is available about tax relief on nursing home fees and for dependent relatives. Tax relief […]

Accounting Pro on ThinkBusiness.ie

Recently, our very own Kevin Deasy was interviewed by Think Business. You can read the full transcript here or visit the article here: https://www.thinkbusiness.ie/articles/accounting-pro-for-startups/ Having worked for the likes of Barclays Capital, Deutsche Bank, Hewlett Packard, and Accenture, Kevin Deasy struck out on his own. Here he talks about self-belief, delegating, and inspirations. Why I […]

Finding A Good Accountant In Ireland

The author of this opinion piece is the owner of a successful international business and has over 10 years experience in the social media business. The author has requested that the piece is published without being named. From experience and hearing some disaster stories from Irish businesses over the last number of years (post-recession), here […]