View What Does Ireland’s budget 2023 Mean for Your Business – and Where Can You Go for Further Advice?

What Does Ireland’s budget 2023 Mean for Your Business – and Where Can You Go for Further Advice?

Ireland’s 2023 budget, unveiled on 27th September, had an admirably clear overall goal: to “deliver money back to individuals and businesses”, providing “a buffer against recent cost of living increases.” But the order of those priorities is revealing, and the budget does indeed appear to contain more support for individuals than for businesses. What good…

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View Iconic International Foodstuffs Brand: Growth and Efficiency

Iconic International Foodstuffs Brand: Growth and Efficiency

At a glance Tom Brennan was brought in to strengthen the financial management and business performance of one of Europe’s best-known Irish tea and coffee brands. Tom identified multiple challenges in the organisation, and set out to address them in a number of Finance, general management, and marketing-related roles. Tom’s expertise delivered many benefits to…

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View Changes to corporate law could affect you. Do you understand them?

Changes to corporate law could affect you. Do you understand them?

There’s a new regime in force for the investigation and enforcement of corporate offences in Ireland, and whilst that might sound like it won’t affect you (and we’re sure it won’t!) the changes also have an impact on critical financial and administrative processes that potentially do concern you, such as filing rules, Covid responses, and…

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View Revenue reminds businesses of the end to debt warehousing scheme

Revenue reminds businesses of the end to debt warehousing scheme

Revenue’s tax debt warehousing scheme In the early days of the pandemic, the Government moved fast to introduce numerous schemes to counter the financial impact businesses would suffer because of the lockdowns and restrictions introduced. One of these schemes allowed businesses to warehouse their tax debts. Businesses that suffered from a significant reduction in their…

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View New Associate Conor Forde Will Harness Global Financial Expertise to Drive SME Growth

New Associate Conor Forde Will Harness Global Financial Expertise to Drive SME Growth

EFM’s Associate Network of outsourced Finance experts is growing strongly in both the UK and Ireland, and we’re now delighted to welcome into our Ireland-based team Conor Forde. His big-brand, international experience will focus his SME clients on putting Finance where it matters most: at the heart of the business’s growth and profitability strategy. About…

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View The COVID-19 Credit Guarantee Scheme is extended by six months

The COVID-19 Credit Guarantee Scheme is extended by six months

In September 2020, the COVID-19 Credit Guarantee Scheme (CCGS) was launched in response to the pandemic to provide access to appropriate finance for SMEs and small mid-cap companies in Ireland (with less than 500 employees). The €2 billion lending cap was set in 2020 to give confidence to the business community that lending would be…

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View Is the Skills Gap Leaving a Hole in Your Finances?

Is the Skills Gap Leaving a Hole in Your Finances?

This year seems to be the year of shortages – petrol, food, toys– when will it end? But it’s the skills shortage that has been front of mind in many UK and Irish businesses since long before the pandemic – and finance is a key area of concern in this respect. As far back as…

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View Finance as a Service: Get Grants, Access Expertise, Move Forward!

Finance as a Service: Get Grants, Access Expertise, Move Forward!

For finance teams, it hasn’t exactly been a bed of roses recently, and for businesses without an in-house finance team, it must seem like the complexities of our post-viral world have reached (and gone past) fever pitch. The pandemic, the transition to flexible working hours (is a home-schooling lunch tax-deductible?!), wage subsidy schemes, the never-ending…

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