Accounting & Business Advisory
Bespoke Accounting Service done differently
As a Chartered Accountancy practice, we offer a bespoke accountancy services to SME's Companies, Partnerships, Charities & Sole traders.
Allow us to manage your business compliance and spend your time on growing your business.
We apply the highest professional standards to help you prepare your statutory financial statements or management accounts, so you have the information you need to make informed decisions.
We offer a full suite of corporate administration, accounting and bookkeeping services tailored to your needs, we will ensure your accounts comply with the appropriate legal requirements and accounting standards.
We help businesses succeed by utilizing modern cloud based technology to provide accounting solutions that increase business efficiency and competitiveness.
We prepare annual financial statements, management accounts, for a range of clients including companies (large and small), partnerships and sole traders.
We also deal with many not-for-profit organisations
Our Accountancy services include:
The preparation of sole trader or partnership accounts (which will form the basis of your income tax return)
The preparation of statutory accounts which comply with applicable Irish Law and Irish GAAP & IFRS
The preparation of statutory financial accounts for filing with the Companies Registration Office
Preparation of periodic management accounts
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Audit Exemption?
Under current legislation, most small companies can avail of an exemption to have a statuary audit.
A company is considered small if it meets at least two of the following requirements:
1. Have a turnover of less than €12M
2. Have less than 50 employees
3. Have a balance sheet value of less than €6M
What accounting packages does the firm use?
We keep up to date with all technological advancements in the industry and utilise cloud technology
FRS102 or FRS 105?
FRS 105 is a simplified and adapted version of the FRS 102 financial reporting standards that takes into account the simpler nature and smaller size of micro-entities. Its simplification of reporting standards proves an attractive option for the smallest of entities that are not keen to apply the more complex accounting variables found in FRS 102.