Any accountant worth their salt should offer you far more than a basic service provider. Unlike your office stationery supplier or your telecoms provider, your accountant should act more like a trusted business partner.
Updated: 40 min 30 sec ago
Problems with the country's planning system are causing significant delays in the delivery of new homes, a new report from the Irish Homebuilders Association (IHBA) shows.
The examinership process saved almost 600 jobs in Ireland in 2020, new figures show today.
Chambers Ireland is urging the Government to substantially rethink and refresh the range of Covid-19 supports available to businesses over the coming months.
Ladbrokes owner Entain has named non-executive director Jette Nygaard-Andersen as its chief executive officer, making her the first woman to lead a company in the UK gambling industry.
The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady today and upgraded its economic forecast for next fiscal year, but it warned of escalating risks to the outlook as new coronavirus emergency measures threatened to derail a fragile recovery.
Norway is willing to take part in the refinancing of Norwegian Air, Industry Minister Iselin Nyboe said in a statement today, without indicating how much the government would contribute.
Davy has upgraded its growth forecast for the economy for this year on the back of buoyant exports and multinational sector output, especially from the pharmaceutical and information and communications technology sectors.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has not explicitly ruled out the idea of restaurants being shut until May or even longer, and said that while schools will be looked at separately, the retail sector is likely to remain shut until the end of February.
Europe Inc's fourth quarter reporting season will test investor confidence in profit recovery as a new round of social restrictions is expected to have driven earnings down more than 25% while further blurring the outlook.
Switzerland's financial industry watchdog FINMA has launched enforcement proceedings against a senior manager at Julius Baer and reprimanded two others over the private bank's failure to prevent money laundering.
Job postings for the final quarter of last year were 23% lower than the same time in 2019, according to figures published by e-recruitment platform IrishJobs.
The cost of transporting goods to Britain from Northern Ireland is set to rise as a result of the new post-Brexit regulatory border between the two parts of the United Kingdom, haulage firms said today, with one planning to hike prices by 12%.
The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq hit all-time highs on Wednesday as Joe Biden became the 46th U.S. president, while solid results from Netflix sparked a rally in shares of stay-at-home winners.
The City of London's first ever cannabis factory has been discovered close to the Bank of England as criminals take advantage of the Square Mile's quiet streets, police have said.
RTÉ has published the earnings of its top ten earners for 2017, 2018 and 2019, and noted that it has cut the pay of its highest earning presenters by 15% in 2020.
Italy would have to drop the 75-year-old Alitalia brand if it wants the European Commission to approve plans to relaunch the airline, according to a letter published by L'Espresso magazine.
The catastrophic impact of the pandemic on global aviation is reflected in passenger numbers at Shannon Airport which recorded a decrease of 1.37 million people in 2020, a 79% decrease on the previous year.
Policy differences between north and south on travellers arriving at ports and airports are due to be discussed by Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly and his Northern Ireland counterpart Robin Swann this afternoon.
Morgan Stanley has today posted a 57% rise in fourth-quarter profit, as the Wall Street bank's trading business benefited from coronavirus-induced volatility in financial markets.
The finalists for the National Enterprise Awards have been announced and the companies represent a diverse range of businesses that are supported by Local Enterprise Offices across the country.