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# accountancy - Wednesday 19 October, 2016

Court quadruples compensation to €34,000 for accountant sacked for failing exam

The civil court has upped a compensation claim for sacked trainee accountant Peter Nowak from the €7,500 he received from the Employment Appeals Tribunal.

# accountancy - Friday 9 September, 2016

From treasurers to The Tudors: the hotshot Irish casting director who trained as an accountant

And yet further proof that your parents were right all along.

# accountancy - Sunday 27 September, 2015

Notorious accountant on trial for stealing $9 million before living in the woods for years

How a late-night TV viewer brought Jim Hammes’ long hike to an end.

# accountancy - Tuesday 29 July, 2014

# accountancy - Tuesday 8 April, 2014

Hands up: Department of Finance to adjust figures after mixing-up €101m of VAT with income tax

The department say that the overall level of tax collected remains unchanged.

# accountancy - Wednesday 20 November, 2013

From The Daily Edge 7 Irish duos that work better together Sponsored By Sage

7 Irish duos that work better together

Good separately, but great together.

# accountancy - Wednesday 2 October, 2013

Column: Legal protection of “accountant” is an essential matter of public protection

You don’t have to look too far to see the consequences of bad financial advice in Ireland – and yet anyone can set themselves up as an accountant, without education, qualifications or experience, writes Joe Aherne.

Families have seen monthly disposable income drop by €300 since 2008

A family with one parent has also seen its tax bill jump by 125 as a result of austerity policies, according to a new report.

# accountancy - Tuesday 26 March, 2013

Revenue assures that mortgage write-offs won't be subject to tax

The Revenue Commissioners says it considers a mortgage write-down to be a commercial act and not a ‘gift’ for tax purposes.

# accountancy - Monday 25 March, 2013

Mortgage write-offs 'could be subject to 33pc tax'

An accountants’ body says it believes any debts written off a person’s mortgage could be subject to Capital Gains Tax.

# accountancy - Wednesday 23 January, 2013

KPMG asks staff to warn them of 'inappropriate coverage' of firm on net

An email has been sent to staff at the accountancy firm just weeks after a video of a young girl making repeated references to KPMG was taken down from YouTube.

# accountancy - Monday 24 September, 2012

Company creates 12 new jobs by moving to the cloud

The new jobs are due to come online over the next 12 months as a direct result of the company now offering its services in the cloud.

# accountancy - Thursday 6 September, 2012

Free advice to be given to distressed mortgage holders

A panel of 1,000 accountants – paid for by the banks – will become available to mortgage holders from the middle of this month.

# accountancy - Wednesday 14 September, 2011

Auditors E&Y 'have a case to answer' over Anglo accounts

The Chartered Accounts’ Regulatory Board says there are three prima facie against Ernst & Young over its work.