VAT impacts on almost every business transaction in Ireland. Even businesses which are not obliged to charge VAT on their sales will be obliged to pay VAT on a lot of their costs.
By Darren Bracken, L & D Product Trainer & Coach at Sage VAT registered businesses submit their VAT3 form at various times throughout the year. The main thing is that all VAT registered businesses at some point in the year submit a VAT3 form. Customer feedback indicated a lack of awareness around this new change […]
SEPA is a mandatory EU Regulation so all businesses will have to conform to SEPA by the 1st February 2014. Bank account numbers and sort codes will be a thing of the past and replaced with IBAN (International Banking Account Numbers) and BIC (Bank Identifier Codes).
The 50,000 or so impacted businesses should at least be at planning stage right now. The accountability for ensuring the necessary changes are made fall to each company.
Over three quarters (81%) of Irish small businesses believe that Ireland’s economy is improving and two thirds intend to hire more staff in the next year according to a poll of 100 entrepreneurs and small business owners who attended the Sage One ‘Giving Back to Business’ event in Dublin this morning.
38% of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Ireland are either already using or have plans to adopt cloud computing technologies in their business, according to research announced today by the market leader in accounts and payroll software, Sage Ireland.
Newstalk is calling on members of the public to nominate business people that have inspired them, giving winners an opportunity to showcase their success by telling their stories to a national audience.
From v14.3 onwards, when adding bank details to new or existing employees, Micropay will automatically convert the sort code and account code to BIC and IBAN.