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We are now living through extraordinary and very difficult times with Covid-19.
Our partners and staff are still working as normal and are contactable through the regular phone and email channels.
Please do not hesitate to contact us directly - and above all stay safe as we all work through this trying period.
Budget 2020 was announced yesterday, 8th of October 2019. A summary of all the main Irish Budget 2020 details and changes are included on our Budget 2020 - Tax Facts and Figures flyer. Our tax department would be delighted to help you figure out how Budget 2020 affects you. Click on the Read More button below to find out more.
Budget 2020 Podcast
Our Tax Partner, Paul Dillon discusses Budget 2020 in the Accountancy Ireland Budget 2020 podcast. To have a listen, click on the link below.
The Central Register of Beneficial Ownership of Companies (RBO)
As part of Ireland’s implementation of the Fourth EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive (AMLD4), all Irish Companies are required to:
Create and maintain an internal register of the ultimate beneficial owners.
Register those details in the Central Register of Beneficial Ownership of Companies (RBO).
A beneficial owner is defined as a natural person(s) who ultimately owns or controls the corporate entity through a percentage of the shares or voting rights. Any person(s) holding more than 25% of shares is considered to have ownership or control.
If no beneficial owner can be identified, the name of senior managers including directors and CEO will be entered into the internal register as the beneficial owners
The company will have until 22 November 2019 to file the required details of its beneficial owners with the RBO through the RBO website – www.rbo.gov.ie –. If the company fails to complete the required filing by 22 November 2019, it may be guilty of an offence under the Regulations and may result in prosecution.
Duignan Carthy O’Neill Limited can assist you with the submission of the Beneficial Owner Details with the RBO.
Institute’s Pre-Budget 2020 discussed with members of the Oireachtas
Last week, our Tax Partner Paul Dillon engaged with four of the Chartered Accountants who are also members of the Oireachtas, Seán Fleming TD, Michael McGrath TD, Senator Gerry Horkan and Senator Kieran O’Donnell during the launch of CCAB-I’s pre-Budget 2020 submission. The topics discussed included tax measures to address the housing crisis and support SMEs in Ireland.
Click on the Read More button below to find out more detail.
Pictured front row l-r: Sean Fleming TD, Michael McGrath TD, Senator Gerry Horkan, Senator Kiernan O'Donnell.
Back row l-r: Cróna Clohisey, Tax Manager, Chartered Accountants Ireland, Brian Keegan, Director of Public Policy and Taxation, Chartered Accountants Ireland, Colin Smith, Partner PWC, Conall O'Halloran, President, Chartered Accounts Ireland, Barry Dempsey, C.E.O., Chartered Accountants Ireland, Paul Dillon, Council member and Partner, Duignan Carthy O'Neill, Brid Heffernan, Tax Manager, Chartered Accountants Ireland.
Happy International Women's Day
Happy International Women’s Day from all at Duignan Carthy O’Neill. We believe in celebrating women’s achievements especially the accomplishments of the amazing women who work in our office! A balanced world is a better world. #BalanceforBetter.
New Arrival at DCON
We are delighted to welcome Corentin Petit to our team in Dublin. Corentin is a qualified ‘Expert-comptable’ in France – having been working in practice in Lyon since 2014. Corentin has a broad range of experience working with clients in France – with a range of experience in accounting, audit and tax and tax-efficient remuneration schemes issues across a broad range of industries focusing on owner-managed businesses. Corentin’s focus will be on working our growing number of French and Francophone clients now operating in Ireland – and helping those who want to set up operations here.
Nous sommes ravis d’avoir intégré Corentin Petit à notre équipe de Dublin. Corentin est diplômé d’expertise-comptable en France et a travaillé à Lyon depuis 2014. Il possède une expérience variée dans le travail avec des clients en France dans les domaines de la comptabilité, de l'audit, de la fiscalité et de l'optimisation de la rémunération dans un large éventail d’entreprises détenues et gérées par leur propriétaire. La mission de Corentin consiste à travailler avec le nombre croissant de clients français et francophones opérant actuellement en Irlande et d’accompagner ceux qui souhaitent y implanter leur activité.
Left to Right: Corentin Petit, and Tim Carthy, Managing Partner
AGN- United Kingdom 2019 London Meeting
On Monday 21st of January, Duignan Carthy O'Neill's Managing Partner, Tim Carthy attended the London meeting of the AGN-UK group as part of AGN’s UK & Irish Firms overall effort to provide solutions for clients operating throughout the British Isles. While Brexit is obviously a particular focus now, the group’s main aim is to provide a coherent client service throughout the region. Click on the Read More button below to find out more details about the AGN-UK group or visit their website.
Taking on New Roles at Duignan Carthy O'Neill
Duignan Carthy O'Neill are delighted to announce the recent promotions that have taken place in the firm. We wish to congratulate Jean Tuffy (Senior Manager), Tony Teehan (Manager), Fiona Clancy (Assistant Manager) and Brian Mulcahy (Assistant Manager), pictured here with our Managing Partner, Tim Carthy. Best of luck to all of you in your new roles!
(Left to Right: Fiona Clancy, Tony Teehan, Tim Carthy, Jean Tuffy, Brian Mulcahy.)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Entrepreneur
As the evolution of technology continues, AGN Global Business Voice (GBV) opinion panel discuss the development of artificial intelligence and the glimpses that we can see even now of how these new technologies will alter work patterns. To find out more, click on the Read More button below.
Research and Development Tax Credit
An interesting pamphlet written by our Tax Partner, Paul Dillon explaining the Research and Development Tax Credit- One of the most attractive tax incentives that is available to Irish Corporates.
Duignan Carthy O'Neill is now on Twitter. Follow us on our new twitter account, where we will be posting and retweeting all the relevant and need to know material and advice to get you through your business day. #twitter #accountancy #business #tax
Budget 2019 Podcast
Our Tax Partner, Paul Dillon discusses Budget 2019 in the Accountancy Ireland Budget 2019 podcast.
To have a listen, click on the link below.
Budget 2019 was announced yesterday, 9th of October 2018. A summary of all the main Irish Budget 2019 details and changes are included on our Budget 2019 - Tax Facts and Figures flyer. Our tax department would be delighted to help you figure out how Budget 2019 affects you. Click on the Read More button below to find out more.