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Going Concern – To trade or not to trade

The impact of COVID 19 has, and will continue to have for the foreseeable future, a fundamental impact on Irish business. With that being said, the duties and obligations imposed on Company Directors under Company Law and Accounting standards as it relates to Going Concern have not, to date, changed as a result of the

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Time to Review your TWSS Eligibility

The TWSS has been extended to the 31st August 2020. There have been recent updates issued by the Revenue regarding continued eligibility and Revenue’s compliance programme. More information can be found in the article linked below; Time to Review your TWSS Options

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Over 1,000 insolvent liquidations forecast; Sunday Business Independent June 21st 2020

Over 1,000 insolvent liquidations forecast By SAMANTHA MCCAUGHREN, BUSINESS EDITOR   There are likely to be more than 1,000 liquidations of insolvent companies this year, compared with 426 in 2019, according to insolvency experts. As a result of Covid-19, there are hundreds and possibly even thousands of ‘zombie’ or insolvent companies still in operation, according

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Schemes of arrangement

Although the cost of examinership may be prohibitive for smaller entities, Companies Act 2014 provides two alternative restructuring mechanisms that are both less complicated and less costly. Declan de Lacy reports in Accountancy Ireland article below. Schemes of arrangement

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VAT on Leasing Transactions; A cost that can be avoided

Various lease transactions can give rise to VAT considerations for the landlord and also the tenant. It is important that prior to the execution of any lease transaction that the specific circumstances and the VAT history of the lease and property is reviewed to ensure that any potential VAT cost exposure is minimised. These transactions

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How to stream-line the process to get your financial information up to date

With the Covid 19 travel restrictions and with most of our team working from home, some clients have asked how we are currently providing our usual services. The Business Services team at PKF have streamlined our processes, to adapt to the new working environment and to utilise available technology. Please download our article below for further information.

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Our New Normal in Financial Reporting

This “New Normal’ article offers some insight into how the great challenge of COVID 19 impacts on financial reporting. We will focus on the challenges to financial reporting and take an overall look at the areas that need to be maintained at a level where quality and transparent reporting remains consistently in place for all

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The importance of up to date financial data for your business

The current pandemic is an opportunity for business owners to critically examine how they maintain their financial records and how they can improve, adapt and maximise their resources. PKF is vital to you in providing the support and expertise you need to carry out this review. Please download our article below for further information or

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Restart Grants

The government has agreed on details of the new Restart Grant scheme, which will give direct grant aid to micro and small businesses affected by the Covid-19 lockdown. The grant will be available to businesses that pay commercial rates and have a turnover of less than €5m and are employing under 50 people, which were

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Update; Warehousing of deferred tax debts and interest suspension arrangements

Revenue announced additional measures to support both SME businesses (automatically) and larger businesses (on request) experiencing cashflow and trading difficulties arising from the impacts of COVID-19. Revenue have provided further information in relation to the suspension of interest and the new scheme to ‘warehouse’ VAT and PAYE (Employer) debts associated with the COVID-19 crisis. Please

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