We were delighted for our Associate Tax Director Anne Hogan to introduce our firm to Ennis Chamber at their members networking event on Tuesday October 4th.
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan are accepting applications for our 2017 Graduate Recruitment programme. We are recruiting for trainees to work in our audit department, studying for the Chartered Accountancy professional exams, and to work in our taxation department studying for the Irish Tax Institute professional exams.
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan are delighted to welcome Kelly Dalton, Anita McGuinness and Bryan Griffin on our graduate training programme.
HLB Insight, HLB International’s magazine, Summer 2016 issue is now available for download.
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan’s Sinéad Mansell writes a follow-up article to her piece on the tax implications of employee share incentive schemes, looking at further case studies and the approach taken by Revenue and the Department of Finance.
The Companies Act 2014 commenced on 1st June 2015. This act introduces a number of new company types however, the majority of private limited companies in Ireland are expected to adopt either the New Model Private Company (LTD) or the Designated Activity Company (DAC); these company types are governed by Parts 1 to15 and 16 respectively.
We are currently recruiting for a graduate trainee to join our audit department. Click here for further details in our Careers Section.
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan’s Sarah Kelly advises on the best approach to maximising your take home pay and claiming all available reliefs.
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan’s Anne Hogan advises on the best approach to succession planning
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan’s Sinéad Mansell investigates the tax implications of employee share incentive schemes.