Monthly Archive
for: ‘December, 2011’

Budget 2012

Speculation on the content of this year’s budget commenced as early as September. Since then so many press releases, facts, rumours, leaks, and possibilities have surfaced that the possibilities became bewildering before the budget was even issued. Here we summarise the main features of the budget in a short customised video presentation.       […]

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Online Accounting

Does the phrase “cloud computing” fill you with dread at the thought of having to cope with yet another new technology? Well it needn’t, and there many applications which are more useful and easier to use than you might think. One particularly useful area is that of online accounting. Using a web based system rather […]

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BES expiring, EIIS commencing

State aid approval has now been received from the European Commission for the new Employment and Investment Incentive Scheme, replacing the existing Business Expansion Scheme. This was originally proposed in the Finance Act 2011 earlier in the year, but was subject to commence under a Ministerial Order, pending approval.  Some changes will be included in […]

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