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Requirement for Company Directors to have an Irish Personal Public Service (PPS) Number

11 February 2014 By Ann Donnelly

In Ireland, Company Directors are required to have an Irish Personal Public Service (PPS) number. This is a government requirement for normal identification and security purposes; and most Irish citizens and those that have been resident in the...

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Applying for a Bank Account in Ireland

11 February 2014 By Ann Donnelly

The Banking process in Ireland is guided by the Anti-Money Laundering Regulations contained in the Criminal Justice Act 2013. This requires designated bodies such as Banking institutions to obtain sufficient identification documents and information...

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Filed Under: Frequently Asked Questions

Ready Made Limited Companies (aka Off the Shelf Companies)

30 August 2013 By Ann Donnelly

Explanation & Benefits - Even if You Already Have a Limited Company

You may have come across the phrases ‘Ready Made Company’ or ‘Off the Shelf Company’ but what does this actually mean?

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Filed Under: Advice

The Benefits of Doing Business in Ireland: What the BBC and the G8 Countries Did Not Want You to Hear!

20 June 2013 By Michael O'Mahony

Having a good tax accountant to sort out your taxes saves you time - about 10 to 15 years in fact, depending on the tax offence!!

Getting ready to go on air. BBC presenter Andy Verity with Conor Healy from Cork Chamber of Commerce and economists...
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Filed Under: News, Setting Up a Business in Ireland

Irish Company Law 2013 - An update

05 June 2013 By Ann Donnelly

The ODCE (Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement) published their 2012 annual report on 29th May 2013.

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