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We offer a range of advisory services both personal and business.

Business advisory services include business startups and advising on the most appropriate structure e.g. sole trader, partnership, limited company. We also advise on and assist with the relevant tax registrations such as Income tax, VAT, RCT, PAYE, Corporation tax etc.

Business advisory services also include sources of funding such as bank loans, grants, share capital, County Enterprise Boards, Enterprise Ireland etc.

Personal financial needs, and finding an affordable solution to meeting those needs is also an area that many people seek advice upon.

Your needs today could be significantly different to those of the future. Financial planning could provide a means of reducing current tax liabilities as well as aiming to help you provide for your future. You may wish to plan for a child’s education, or the purchase of a dream home or perhaps for income in your retirement. No effective financial plan can ignore the effects of outside influences like accidents, long term illness or loss of employment. It is also important to consider the effects on others were you to die.

Get in Touch with us today and see how our firm can help you.

Services we offer

  • Raising Finance
  • Financial projections
  • Funding sources
  • Accounting & other business software packages

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