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Hats off to Ahascragh milliner’s exclusive diamond collection

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World famous Ahascragh milliner Philip Treacy is to design an exclusive collection of individual diamond engagement rings with matching wedding bands which will be created by Voltaire Diamonds.

Duo accused of robbing Christmas market trader sent for trial

Two men accused of following and then robbing a trader during the Continental Christmas Market in 2010 have been sent forward for trial.

Increase in standard rate of VAT from next week

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After much speculation, Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, confirmed that the standard rate of Irish VAT is to increase from 21 per cent to 23 per cent with effect from midnight 31 December 2011. This VAT rate change is earlier than set out by the Government under the National Recovery Plan where it stated that the standard rate of VAT would only increase to 23 per cent in 2014.

Duo plead not guilty to robbing Christmas market trader

Two men charged with following and then robbing a

Clare man charged with robbing Christmas market trader

A Clare man charged with following and then robbing a trader during last year’s Continental Christmas Market was remanded in custody when he appeared at Galway District Court last week.

Workers will lose jobs if sick pay plan goes ahead, warns Healy Eames

A Galway employer has told her seven employees that if Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton’s proposal - that employers should pay the first four weeks of employees’ sick pay - goes ahead they will lose their jobs. The company will instead downsize to become a sole trader.

Christmas comes early at Galway Executive Skillnet with free workshops

It is not Christmas yet, but it is the season to be jolly at Galway Executive Skillnet (GES), which is giving away a number of free workshops at Galway City venues as an early present to Galway’s business community. Space is limited on all five free courses, so early booking with GES is essential.

Reduce your 2010 Tax bill before November deadline

Self-assessed people (including sole traders, partners, proprietary directors, PAYE employees with rental income etc.) have to make a return of income by the end of october (or mid November if filed online). Worse again they must also pay all outstanding taxes due for 2010 and a corresponding amount for 2011 in many cases to prevent nasty fines. To avoid the severest of haircuts Numbercruncher advises the following no-brainer tips to save you money.

Reduce your 2010 tax bill before November deadline

Self-assessed people (including sole traders, partners, proprietary directors, PAYE employees with rental income etc.) have to make a return of income by the end of this month (or mid November if filed online). Worse again they must also pay all outstanding taxes due for 2010 and a corresponding amount for 2011 in many cases to prevent nasty fines. To avoid the severest of haircuts Numbercruncher advises the following no-brainer tips to save you money.

Hopes that sole traders will be able to bring complaints to FSO

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Galway West TD Seán Kyne has confirmed that Finance Minister Michael Noonan is willing to examine amending legislation to allow sole traders to bring complaints against banks and other financial institutions to the Financial Services Ombudsman (FSO).

 

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