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Budget 2023

"Budget 2023 yesterday was announced during a period of increased volatility in the global economy. Rising inflation, the current energy crisis and the ever-changing geopolitical landscape arising from the conflict in Ukraine are at the forefront of this volatility. Budget 2023, described by the Minister for Finance as a "Cost [...]

By |September 28th, 2022|Budget, Latest News|

Tax Booklet 2022

Our comprehensive 2022 Tax Booklet and guide is now available to view and download below. If you have any queries, contact our office and a member of our team would be happy to discuss. Click here to view our Tax Booklet 2022. 

By |April 8th, 2022|Uncategorised|

Budget Highlights 2022

The Minister for Finance, Pascal Donohoe,  announced Budget 2022 yesterday as our country faces unprecedented challenges with factors such as post pandemic uncertainty, rising cost of living, the housing crisis and reducing our carbon footprint all at the forefront. This core budgetary package of €4.6billion looks to a post COVID-19 [...]

By |October 13th, 2021|Budget, Latest News|

Kirk & Associates join Baker Tilly Network

Kirk & Associates are delighted to become a Baker Tilly Ireland network member. Baker Tilly International has expanded its footprint in Ireland by adding Kirk & Associates to its network. They join Baker Tilly Ireland’s local Irish network and will commence trading as Baker Tilly Kirk with immediate effect. Baker [...]

By |September 23rd, 2021|Latest News|

Budget 2015 – What it means for you

Employment: Unemployment is expected to decrease in 2015 by approximately 10%. “We expect to have 2,000,000 at work in 2016”, Minister Noonan. Government Revenue: In 2015, total general government expenditure is expected to be €70.5 billion, while government revenue is expected to be €65.2 billion. Ireland’s GDP growth rate is [...]

By |October 15th, 2014|Budget|

Two firms create new jobs in Ireland, including Microsoft

Some good news on the job front for Irish citizens – Two firms have announced plans to create new jobs in Ireland between Dublin, Cork and Belfast.   Tech giant Microsoft Ireland plan to recruit 100 graduates and interns in Ireland. Roles include programme manager positions, sales opportunities, HR, Legal [...]

By |October 8th, 2014|Uncategorized|

New mortgage rules mean most buyers need 20% deposit

On 7th October 2015, the Central Bank published a set of new mortgage rules to potentially avoid another property crash in Ireland and dampen the rate of price rise currently being experienced in the market. The measures proposed place restrictions on the loan to value (LTV) and loan to income (LTI) [...]

By |October 7th, 2014|Uncategorized|

Budget 2015 – Christmas Bonus for Pensioners

According to the Irish Independent, the Budget 2015 is set to restore part of the pensioners Christmas Bonus. 5 years ago the Coalition dropped the Christmas bonus which had previously cost €260 million, so this year ministers are looking to partly restore the bonus as a gesture. A full bonus [...]

By |October 7th, 2014|Budget|

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