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The pay and file season for Local Property Tax (LPT) 2016 will be starting soon, and Revenue is writing to approximately 755,000 residential property owners to give them the opportunity to decide how and when they want to pay.
The private home care sector in Ireland remains a strong growth sector for jobs. An aging population coupled with new regulations means care workers now require a FETAC qualification.
In recent times many businesses are relying on debt and credit control to maintain cash flow. A working knowledge of a computerised accounts system, such as Sage, will prove beneficial in achieving this task and will also transfer as an employable skill.
Fianna Fáil TD for Longford-Westmeath, Robert Troy, has called on the Government to provide certainty for Bord na Móna workers employed in peat powered power plants across the Midlands following the High Court’s decision to quash an extension of the plant’s peat extraction licence.
The healthcare sector in Ireland has witnessed significant changes in the past 10 years. Increased regulation now means carers and healthcare workers are required to obtain FETAC/QQI accredited courses to work in the care sector.
In recent times many businesses are relying on debt and credit control to maintain cash flow in their businesses. A working knowledge of a computerised accounts system, such as Sage, will prove beneficial in achieving this task and will also transfer as an employable skill.
SCCUL Enterprises are pleased to present a free seminar on the area of Pensions tonight Thursday October 22 at 7pm. The seminar will take place in SCCUL Enterprise Centre, Ballybane.
Mandatory Pensions on the Horizon?
Fine Gael TD for Longford-Westmeath, Gabrielle McFadden, has said that the extension of the Home Renovation Incentive Scheme has been good for the local economy, in that it is improving people’s homes and creating jobs in Westmeath.
According to a report published by the Restaurants Association of Ireland, 625 new jobs in the food, tourism, and hospitality sectors have been created in Mayo since the reduced VAT rate of nine per cent was introduced in July 2011.