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Green for growth – ESG changes are good news for Irish businesses

Previous Next Going Green for Irish businesses The conference theme was planning for success in a time of change. It focused on what “green” will really mean for Irish businesses, from decarbonising costs to funding concerns, and addressed the importance of planning for imminent change on multiple fronts: climate change and why ESG (Environmental, Social …

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Export growth supports for Irish companies

Enterprise Ireland wants Irish exports to grow to €30bn value by 2024 – and has the supports available to make that happen, says Ann Marie Russell-Walsh, the Regional Development Advisor for Cork. At our virtual conference earlier this year, Ann Marie spoke on available supports for businesses, including soft supports like webinars and market research, …

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Act now for tax-efficient exit: CGT reliefs and business succession

Planning retirement or a business sale in the next 10 years? Capital Gains Tax in Ireland (CGT) is 33%. But advance planning can reduce it – or even eliminate it. Irish business owners should be building on their exit plan from day one but it’s never too late to start, as Paul O’Donovan explained at our recent …

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Tax efficient exits take time, so plan for change

For business owners considering change, long-term pension planning and strategic structuring is vital for a tax-efficient exit. At our recent online conference, “Getting Back to Business – planning for greener pastures”, a common theme emerged of business owners re-evaluating their options for the future. The pandemic and other pressures has made many Irish business owners …

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Remote working need-to-know for Irish businesses – the 2022 update

What does the National Remote Working Strategy mean for employers? The Right to Request Remote Work Bill 2021 is part of the government’s vision to make remote working a permanent feature in Ireland – economically, socially and environmentally. But what does it mean for Irish businesses? Clodagh O’Donovan of Advance HR addressed the National Remote Working …

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