The Pay & File deadline has been extended to December 10th, 2020 giving businesses an extra four weeks in which to file returns with the Revenue Commissioners. The extension was announced on September 17th in the Revenue eBrief.
The deadline extension has been granted in light of the extraordinary circumstances that businesses have been working under, […]
What Covid-19 funding supports are available for businesses? There are several direct and indirect supports available. The Irish Government has announced temporary VAT reductions, wage support schemes, Restart Grants, and more. […]
The Restart Grant Plus has been launched by the Irish Government in a further attempt to support businesses impacted by Covid-19. This is one of a range of supports available and, in this article, we explain what it is and how you can access financial support through the scheme. […]
The High Court delivered a judgment (June 23rd, 2020) that the provision in the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2015 for the making of sectoral employment orders was unconstitutional. It also set aside the 2019 Electrical Contracting Sector Sectoral Employment Order.
Sectoral Employment Orders
The National Electrical Contractors Ireland (NECI) challenged the validity of the Sectoral Employment Order […]
2020 has brought many changes and we are only halfway through the year. The changes have given many business owners the time for deep reflection about their businesses and the strategy for the future. One of the issues is how you work with your accountant. […]
The Covid-19 outbreak is first and foremost a human tragedy, affecting hundreds of thousands of people. It is also having a growing impact on the global economy.
As the outbreak continues to spread, businesses are preparing for possible impacts on their operations.
In this aCovid-19 & Your Business update, Aine Kiely O Donnell looks at what businesses should do to prepare for potential disruption to the market. […]
Ensuring that your business complies with legislation is a full-time task. Changes to the UK national minimum wage will be introduced on April 1st 2020 and businesses need to be aware of the changes. In this article, Áine Kiely O’Donnell, Managing Director at AAL, looks at the changes. […]
How is your company preparing for Brexit? The UK will sever ties with the EU completely on December 31st, 2020 and businesses need to be ready for the changes to trade documentation, issues with shipping to and from the UK, and more. We can assist you in getting ready for the changes that Brexit will bring. […]