We recognise the issues that organisations face in complying with The General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) which is effective from 25 May 2018. WENTWORTH can assist your organisation with meeting its obligations under the GDPR. Contact a member of our dedicated GDPR Team today to discuss how we can help.
WENTWORTH Budget 2018 Summary highlights the matters we feel are relevant to our private and corporate clients and contacts. We would be delighted to discuss any queries you may have in relation to the impact Budget 2018 will have on you and your finances, just give us a call to arrange a meeting with a member of our tax team.
Ireland is a globally-recognised centre for specialist IFS, home to over 400 IFS companies including over 200 foreign-owned and another 200 indigenous IFS companies spread throughout the country employing over 40,000 people. Cork is Ireland’s second-largest financial services hub offering your IFS company a competitive solution.
On Tuesday 11 October 2016 Minister for Finance, Mr. Michael Noonan, delivering his first budget since the general election.
Despite the Irish economy performing well during 2016, the government’s room for manoeuver on tax and expenditure matters was somewhat limited.
WENTWORTH is delighted to be working with and supporting some of Cork’s largest indigenous companies as featured in Business Plus Cork Top 50 Survey. For more details on the Business Plus Cork Top 50 Survey checkout the July 2016 edition of Business Plus magazine.
Details of WENTWORTH’s new service and recent appointments are featured in the InBusiness magazine for Q1 2016.
Declan Lynch gives a detailed insight in to Capital Gains Tax Entrepreneur Relief and the new provisions introduced in the Finance Act 2015 which are effective since 1 January 2016.
Source Sunday Business Post, January 03 2016.
WENTWORTH talks to Joe Dermody of the Irish Examiner on the launch of its new service which focuses on supporting international growth, including the setup of operations overseas and announces the appointment of two new consultants, Cormac Brown and Brendan Lynch.
On Tuesday 13 October 2015 Minister for Finance Michael Noonan TD delivered the final budget of the current Government. This is the first budget in a number of years which has been delivered against the backdrop of a recovering economy.
The Companies Act 2014 commenced on 1 June of this year and will impact on all Irish companies. The new Companies Act is intended to simplify company law and to reduce red tape,making it easier to operate a business in Ireland.