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Fiducial announces bank negotiation service

With offices in 78 countries, Fiducial who have been in Galway since 1999 through the Liosban based Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors, Patrick O’Hara and Co, have introduced a bank negotiation service.

Tuam man named as Quality Assurance chief in CPA

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Michael Costello from Tuam, Co. Galway has been appointed as the Quality Assurance Executive in the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland (CPA).

Race to replace Whelan hots up with two more names

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The anticipated re-elevation of John Dolan to the county council chamber will no longer be the rubber-stamped formality he might have hoped for with the news this week that at least two more candidates are to contest the vacant seat - including one from his home base of Castledaly.

Garda fraud investigation into two company directors dropped

A second Garda investigation into allegations of fraud against two directors of a Castlebar FÁS-funded company has been dropped.

Female entrepreneurs mentoring seminar: Registration now open

Supporting Women Entrepreneurs Mentoring and Business Seminar is now open for registration.

Theatre and music on Inis Oírr

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SINGER-SONGWRITER Juliet Turner and Geraldine Aron’s comic play My Brilliant Divorce can both be seen on Inis Oírr this weekend.

My Brilliant Divorce comes to Roscommon Arts Centre

Jasango Theatre Company present My Brilliant Divorce at Roscommon Arts Centre on Tuesday June 19.

Chambers elected vice president of Fianna Fáil

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Mayo barrister Lisa Chambers has been elected as vice president of Fianna Fáil. The 25-year-old from Castlebar, who was a Fianna Fáil candidate in Mayo in the last General Election, was elected by delegates at the party’s Ard Fheis in the RDS in Dublin last weekend.

New style of accountancy practice comes to Galway

A new walk-in tax and accountancy advice service, TaxAssist Accountants, servicing small businesses and the self employed has recently opened in Galway city centre.

Is tax due on my pension?

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Last week, Revenue posted letters to 150,000 people about their tax compliance, including those who are claiming widow’s and widower’s pensions. Over the weekend, there was much comment and criticism in the media about the way Revenue has handled the situation. Accepting Revenue has taken a scattergun approach to the potential non-payment of income tax by pensioners, it is important that people understand how a tax liability might arise and that they have the information to hand to ensure they are compliant in 2012.

 

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