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We believe that an audit can and should add value to your business. Our approach to the audit process is designed to ensure that it does. At Bonner Gill & Co. we view the statutory audit as a business development opportunity rather than just an overhead incurred to comply with statutory requirements.
If you decide to start a business, the first decision you will have to make will be whether to form a company, or trade as a Sole-trader/Partnership (if more than one person). There are many factors to consider, but in practice it will come down to the following, given in order of priority:
Given the importance of compliance with new company law enforcement legislation good company secretarial advice is vital. At Bonner Gill & Co. our experienced team provide services in the following areas:
People and businesses are subject to a wide range of taxes including Income Tax, Corporation Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax, Gift Tax, Stamp Duty, Value Added Tax and PRSI, USC and L.P.T. Tax planning with Bonner Gil &Co. can help reduce or remove the effect of these taxes, whether you're a business or individual.
New and changing legislation is ensuring that VAT remains a highly technical area with onerous reporting requirements. However, significant savings can be made if the structure of your business and its operations consider VAT implications at the outset. At Bonner Gill & Co. we offer an excellent VAT consultancy service for all potential situations.
We offer tailored advice for your business to expand and deal with general business problems based on substantial experience gained from being over thirty years in Business.
Bonner Gill & Co. can provide a comprehensive book-keeping and accounts production service tailored to suit your business. All businesses are required to keep accurate records for both taxation and VAT purposes.
If you are a self employed individual you must prepare a set of financial statements once a year which shows your business income less business expenses which leaves you with your taxable profit. It is this profit along with any other income you may have which will form the basis of your tax return.
Wages and salaries can be the largest single cost of most businesses. Hence, it is vital that the business owner knows exactly what these costs are. It is the responsibility of the business owner to correctly operate all payroll taxes and Revenue Commissioners will hold you responsible for same.