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Monday, 30 January 2017
John Fisher Business Tax Partner is presenting on “Tax Incentives for start-ups and scale-ups and those that invest in them” on 14th February. There is a stellar line up entrepreneurs sharing their story and experience including Adrian C. Walsh of CheckVentory Innovation and Alan Coleman of Brite:Bill.
Monday, 3 October 2016
Smith & Williamson team run the Twilight Team Challenge 5k in Sandyford Business District
Thursday, 22 September 2016
Amarach research are currently in field with the 2016/17 survey of Irish law firms. Results and the full report are due be launched on the 17th November.
Monday, 14 December 2015
Employers now have an opportunity to reward their employees with a once off annual tax free non cash benefit to a maximum of €500 (i.e. a gift voucher for a retail store, shopping centre or hotel etc).
Thursday, 22 October 2015
Smith & Williamson has opened a second office in Dublin where its investment management and pension planning team will be based. The opening of the central Dublin office follows a period of robust growth in the year to 30 April 2015 for Smith & Williamson, which now has 13 offices in the UK and Ireland.
Tuesday, 29 September 2015
Smith & Williamson delivered another period of robust growth in the year to 30 April 2015 with both the Investment Management and Banking division and the Tax and Business Services division reporting strong results.
Tuesday, 9 June 2015
You should always consider the VAT status of any goods or services that your business provides or acquires. Failure to comply with VAT legislation can often have severe implications.
Monday, 18 May 2015
You should always consider the payroll tax position when providing any form of remuneration or benefits to an employee or director. Failure to comply with payroll tax rules can often have very adverse implications for a business.

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