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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.
Concerns about productivity drop with hybrid...18th October 2021
One in four employers say they are concerned about a possible decline in productivity as they move to a hybrid working model. The finding is contained in a survey of 160 businesses here carried out by professional services firm Aon. About 60% of the businesses said they were unclear as to whether the complexity ofRead More...
EU ‘won’t let Ireland be singled out’ in NI...18th October 2021
Ireland’s EU Commissioner has said Europe will not allow Ireland to be singled out in the fallout if negotiations on the Northern Ireland Protocol end in failure. Mairead McGuinness was commenting on the potential for the country to be disproportionately affected if there is a breakdown of the Brexit trading arrangement designed to prevent aRead More...
Will inflation change the facts after Budget18th October 2021
In the run up to the Budget, the Government’s plans had been characterised as potentially “risky” and at the limit of what could be considered “prudent” by the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council. But on Budget night, according to IFAC, the Government had put the economy on “a more prudent path”. What fiscal miracle had occurred?Read More...
Personal injury awards down 40% due to new...15th October 2021
The value of average awards for personal injuries made by the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) has fallen by 40% from last year’s levels, following the introduction of new Judicial Council guidelines in April. New research by PIAB shows that between 27 April and the end of September, average awards dropped from €23,877 to €14,233.Read More...
Brexit Impact Loan Scheme opens for applications15th October 2021
The Brexit Impact Loan Scheme, which is designed to help SMEs, farmers and fishers respond to the impact of Brexit has opened for applications today. The €330m scheme is the successor to the Brexit Loan Scheme, and is open to businesses in the primary agriculture and seafood sectors. The scheme provides low cost loans ofRead More...
Budget to compensate most households for price...15th October 2021
The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) has said Budget 2022 will on average compensate most households for price growth forecast for next year. In its post-Budget analysis to be presented today, the ESRI said above inflation increases to core social welfare payments as well as supplemental payments for dependents and those living alone areRead More...
EU proposal provides a ‘sensible solution’...14th October 2021
The latest EU proposal to address problems of post-Brexit trade in Northern Ireland provides a “sensible solution” and a bespoke arrangement which can provide a way forward, Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill has said. On RTÉ’s Morning Ireland the Sinn Féin vice president said the announcement has been “warmly welcomed” by the businessRead More...
No guarantee that 22 October reopening will go as...14th October 2021
The Taoiseach has said he cannot guarantee that the 22 October phase of reopening will proceed as planned. Micheál Martin’s comments come as the Department of Health has been notified of 2,066 new coronavirus cases. He said a decision will be made early next week. Mr Martin said a presentation from Deputy Chief Medical OfficerRead More...