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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.
Enterprise Ireland survey reveals lack of...27th November 2020
With just 35 days to Brexit, a new survey from Enterprise Ireland reveals a worrying lack of customs preparedness by Irish companies. A survey by IHS Markit of 600 companies in Ireland, along with analysis of companies which have completed Enterprise Ireland’s Brexit Readiness Checker, shows that 52% of companies view customs and logistics asRead More...
Bosses concerned about isolation among remote...27th November 2020
A new survey shows that the isolation of staff and a lack of cohesion of teams who are working remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic are among the chief concerns of business leaders. The survey from the Institute of Directors in Ireland shows that only 12% of respondents expressed concern about remote working productivity rates, whichRead More...
No changes to Central Bank’s mortgage rules27th November 2020
The Central Bank has today left its key rules on mortgage lending unchanged and also extended its relaxation of certain regulations on bank reserves into next year. However, the Governor of the Central Bank warned the situation facing the economy is still “very challenging” with “heightened uncertainty” over the implications of higher corporate and sovereignRead More...
Switching off: Do workers have a ‘right to...26th November 2020
The line between work and home life has blurred for many over the past few months. While there are countless benefits to remote working, turning your home environment into an office can make it harder to switch off at the end of the day. With email and text alerts pinging on mobile phones and otherRead More...
ECB warns against early withdrawal of Covid...26th November 2020
The European Central Bank has said if governments withdraw financial support from households and companies too early, it could “set back the economic recovery”. In its latest Financial Stability Review published today, the ECB says “vulnerabilities in the corporate sector are increasing as the pandemic evolves”. This could “test the resilience of euro area banksRead More...
UK fiscal watchdog warns of impact of no-deal...26th November 2020
Britain’s independent fiscal watchdog, the Office of Budget Responsibility, has said a no-deal Brexit at the end of this year will cut economic growth and increase unemployment. In addition to economic damage caused by Covid-19, which has already caused the biggest fall in UK economic output since 1709, it said a no-deal Brexit will also push up theRead More...
Traffic light system proposed for non-EU air...25th November 2020
A draft report from the Oireachtas Transport Committee has recommended that a traffic light system for countries outside the EU be developed before Christmas. The draft report, on issues affecting the aviation industry, has recommended 19 actions in total. It is due to be formally published later this week. Among the changes recommended is toRead More...
5 top tips for borrowing at Christmas25th November 2020
Last week, I spoke about making cents this Christmas. The expression ‘things are tight at Christmas’ resonates with many of us at this time though the lockdowns have precluded many from spending and there have been sizeable savings locked away. Bernard Manning once quipped: “For Christmas this year I gave my kids a set ofRead More...