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Key things for business owners to remember when planning for 2023

Key things for business owners to remember when planning for 2023

Key things for business owners to remember when planning for 2023. Take your time to consider how these will impact you.

Statutory sick pay (SSP) from 2023: What Irish employers need to know and do

Statutory sick pay (SSP) from 2023: What Irish employers need to know and do

On 20 July 2022, the Sick Leave Act became law.

The entitlement to sick pay starts on 1 January 2023 and will be rolled out over four years, once the Act is commenced.

What Will the Statutory Sick Pay Scheme Look Like?

Temporary Business Energy Support Scheme (TBESS) – Update

Temporary Business Energy Support Scheme (TBESS) – Update

TBESS – Revenue has released it’s comprehensive guidelines on the operation of the scheme. The updated 88 page document provides details and examples to guide businesses on their eligibility. There is also details on the registration and claims process.

5 Strategies to beat inflation

5 Strategies to beat inflation

Inflation is the new buzz word that we are all hearing about and many are experiencing first hand when we buy fuel, get our electricity and gas bills and so on. What practical approaches can a business take to deal with this as we start to feel the winds of change in our faces.

So, let’s look at 5 Strategies to deal with these.

Welcome Extension to the Revenue Debt Warehousing Scheme

Welcome Extension to the Revenue Debt Warehousing Scheme

News has emerged that the revenue has announced a 12 month extension to the Debt Warehousing Scheme. They said that this is to support businesses due to what they call “the current challenging economic situation for businesses”.

Budget 2023

Budget 2023

The business world is emerging from the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. With inflation running at 8.5%, we now face sizeable economic challenges. We have all seen the huge increases in the cost of energy which is leading to a cost of living crisis.

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