Duignan Carthy O’Neill is registered with the US based Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) which enables the firm to undertake the audit of USA Public Company Subsidiaries located in Ireland and the UK

 

Authorised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland to carry on Audits and Business Activities.

Member of AGN International Ltd an association of independent accounting and financial advisory businesses.

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DCON news  
Doing Business in Ireland 2017
Ireland continues to be one of the most favoured locations for global firms to use as their European headquarters.  To find out why click below.

Tax Partner Paul Dillon re-elected to Council of Chartered Accountants

We wish to congratulate our Partner Paul Dillon on being re-elected for a second time onto the Council of Chartered Accountants Ireland. We would also like to thank all those who supported and voted for him.

Companies (Accounting) Act 2017

The Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 (The Act) came into effect on 9 June 2017.

To find out what the changes mean for you, click on the Read More button below

Brexit - A Guide for Chartered Accountants 2016

This Guide is primarily a briefing document that outlines some of the factual legal and tax consequences for Irish Chartered Accountants on the island of Ireland, their businesses, firms and clients. It has been prepared by Eoin O’Shea, a Chartered Accountant, Barrister and former member of the European Court of Auditors, with input from the Tax Department of Chartered Accountants Ireland. I hope you will find it helpful.

Ireland offers great R&D Tax Relief

The knowledge Development Box (KDB) in Ireland - 6.25% Corporate Tax Rate.

For more information about how you or your client might take advantage of this opportunity click on the Read More button below.

Globalisation: Good, bad and protectionism - An international business reaction

AGN “Global Business Voice” is quick fire poll of senior and respected business advisors from some 40 independent accountancy and financial advisory firms based in the major commercial centers across the world.

Our latest Global Business Voice survey tackles the issue of Globalisation: Good, bad and Protectionism.