Chartered Accountants Ireland have issued important clarification of the status of Budget Night resolutions in the event of a General Election prior to the passing of the Finance Bill:
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It looks like inveterate tweeter Ryan Tubridy has had enough of Twitter – learning the hard way it can be better for self-confidence to insulate oneself from the hoi polloi.
Irish companies are set to discard the UK accounting rules they have been moored to for decades and adopt an international accounting code – the IFRS – for small and medium sized businesses.
The Personal Finance Section of The Sunday Business Post provides timely advice on how to avoid getting into trouble with the taxman and how to survive a dreaded audit.
Bankers, lawyers, politicians, clergymen – they have all lost standing in Irish life in recent years. And accountants have also suffered a loss of public confidence. Michael Costello, a partner and head of audit at BDO, one of the country’s main accountancy firms, has said that the profession needs “fresh thinking” and that it would have to demonstrate greater independence and impartiality.