Employment Tax Updates Revenue have recently issued updated guidance which has a significant impact on the tax treatment of short term business visitors to Ireland, and the tax treatment of professional membership fees paid on behalf of employees. Find out more in this CityPapers.
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Navigating the CRISIS: A spotlight on business re-organisation, examinerships & schemes of Arrangement
Navigating the CRISIS: A spotlight on business re-organisation, examinerships & schemes of Arrangement One of the abiding characteristics of the current global crisis is the uncertainty it has around all aspects of life. Information and patterns are evolving daily, events have accelerated beyond our ability to process them and daily […]
Company Stationery: Essential requirements A company incorporated under the Companies Act 2014 (the “Act”) must publish certain particulars on its business stationery and display its company name. Find out more and the requirements in this CityPaper.
ODCE Guidance for Directors and Liquidators during COVID-19 The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) recently issued new guidance outlining the implications of COVID-19 on its insolvency related functions. Included in this statement is an update on how they will assess the actions of directors of companies which […]
Returning to Work Safely – The Roles and Responsibilities of Directors and Senior Management As companies begin to return to work safely, in our latest CityPaper we discuss the Roles & Responsibilities of Directors and Senior Management to ensure they are doing everything right under the new guidelines and by […]
Questions for your financial reporting We are quickly learning of the far-reaching implications of COVID-19. One area that could be easily overlooked is the area of financial reporting. It is imperative to get the numbers right and to ensure full compliance with accounting rules and best practice and to consider […]
New Changes to Company Law: Covid-19 As part of its response to difficulties faced by businesses during the COVID-19 crisis, the Government has enacted the Companies (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Covid-19) Act 2020 (the “Act”). Find out the new changes to Company Law: Covid-19 in our latest CityPaper.
Financial Provisions (COVID-19) (No. 2) Bill 2020 signed into law The Financial Provisions (COVID-19) (No.2) Bill 2020 was signed into law on 1st of August 2020. This legislation provides for several Covid-19 measures announced by the Government in its July stimulus plan. Find out what the Act outlines and conditions […]
Companies (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Covid-19) Act 2020: Five Key Aspects The Companies (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Covid-19) Act 2020 has been signed into law. The act has been welcomed by companies and industry as it clarifies certain company law issues faced by companies during the Covid-19 pandemic. Find out how to counteract some […]
Frustration of Contracts in the Context of Covid-19 Frustration of Contracts in the Context of Covid-19 where contractual obligations can no longer be performed as a result of unforeseen circumstances that are beyond the control of either party. In the event there is no “force majeure” clause in a contract, […]