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Welcome to Kelliher O’Shea, Chartered Accountants
Kelliher O’Shea, Chartered Accountants, is formerly the Castleisland practice of OCKT (O’Connor Kelliher & Treacy).
Today, financial transactions of large, medium and small enterprises are under a significantly higher degree of scrutiny by regulatory authorities.
We are capable of providing you with a comprehensive suite of accountancy, taxation and advisory services and solutions to meet your needs. Our partners have a wealth of experience that go beyond ensuring your compliance requirements are met by offering you real added value for your business.
The site is updated regularly with industry and practice news.
Slash banking fees by moving your current account...January 20, 2017
In the first half of 2016, just 3,600 of us, or 0.06pc, switched our current account to another bank.Read More...
‘My landlord is increasing our rent despite...January 20, 2017
Question: My landlord has just sent myself and my flatmate a letter informing us that the rent is being increased from March.Read More...
‘I didn’t get property tax reminder...January 20, 2017
Question: I didn’t get a reminder last year about the property tax and my neighbour has just told me that it’s past the deadline, which he was notified about.Read More...
Prices remain flat as cost of alcohol and...January 19, 2017
Prices were flat last month when compared with a year earlier.Read More...
Fianna Fáil moves to tighten law on company...January 19, 2017
Fianna Fáil is to move swiftly in efforts to close a loophole in pensions law which allows solvent companies to leave pensioners in the lurch.Read More...
Looking for a cool and transparent way of giving...January 19, 2017
A young man working in Dublin’s tech hub has created an innovative, transparent way of giving to charity – that also aims gives something back to the donor.Read More...
Home prices show biggest rise outside of the...January 17, 2017
Property prices rose sharply in November, and are expected to keep increasing this year.Read More...
US tax cut will hurt our ability to attract...January 17, 2017
One of the central planks of Donald Trump’s economic policy was his intention to slash the US corporate tax rate from 35pc to 15pc, which could hamper the attractiveness of Ireland’s low corporate tax regime.Read More...