Taxpayers are reminded that the deadline for confirming your payment method to Revenue if spreading your payments over 2017 (phased payments) is this coming Friday, 25 November 2016.
Welcome to the David M. Breen & Co. 2017 Budget Summary.
Contact Caroline Bannon or any of our team to arrange a review of your post Budget 2017 financial affairs.
Our Budget 2017 Highlights is now available to download in PDF format or via our Free Tax App.
Waterford Hospice Coffee Morning
On Thursday 15th September we hosted a coffee morning for Waterford Hospice in our office here in Wallace House. It was a great success and we were delighted to have raised €1,033.00.
Welcome to the David M. Breen & Co. 2016 Budget Summary.
Contact Caroline Bannon or any of our team to arrange a review of your post Budget 2016 financial affairs.
Our Budget 2016 Highlights is now available to download in PDF format.
Individuals who acquired shares in Vodafone as a consequence of their original investment in Eircom shares, and who received a return of value of €1,000 or less, will not pay any tax. Please contact us for further details.
This Wednesday, 7 January 2015, is the latest date for paying LPT for 2015 in full by cash, cheque, postal order, credit card or debit card. Wednesday is also the final date for agreeing payment by Single Debit Authority. Homeowners who wish to make payment by Single Debit Authority have until this Wednesday 7 January 2015 to agree this payment method with Revenue. The payment will be debited from bank accounts on 21 March 2015, unless an earlier date is agreed. Where monthly direct debit method is used for 2015 they will start on 15 January and continue on the 15th of each month thereafter
Caroline Bannon and Clair Grant from David M. Breen & Co joined ‘Inspiring Women in Business’ event last week run by the Waterford Chamber of Commerce. Keynote speaker was Heather Reynolds, Founder and Director of Eishtec.
From being made redundant to employing over a thousand people in just three short years, Heather Reynolds spoke of her road to success at the Waterford Chamber Inspiring Women in Business Lunch, sponsored by Bank of Ireland, at the Athenaeum House Hotel.
In the three short years since its foundation, Eishtec has gone on offer an impressive volume of employment across Waterford and Wexford and contributes an estimated €23million to the local economy, through workforce spending. And while the company is an outsourced contact centre dealing primarily with the UK, employees are living, working and socialising in the South East and in turn making a significant investment in the region.
Read more on the Waterford Chamber of Commerce site www.waterfordchamber.com
Congratulations to Padraic O’Scanaill from Waterford who has just won the IBYE (Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur) Regionals which wins him a place in the National competition. Padraig is co-founder of Fund Rec, providing reconciliation software for Funds.
Two directors of a Dublin-based mineral exploration firm, Aventine, which is principally involved in exploration, processing and sale of gold, metals, ores and minerals are to be disqualified in the High Court, for disregarding their obligations to file returns for their effectively insolvent business over a three-year period. The firm has been dormant since 2008 and is effectively insolvent but has not been put into liquidation.
Read more at: http://www.insolvencyjournal.ie/ij_news_more_details/two-directors-to-be-disqualified-regarding-failure-to-file-returns#sthash.6nT5N9jo.dpuf