Sage would advise that businesses continue to work towards the 1st February deadline to avoid the risk of a shutdown of payments in and out of their companies after this date. In early December, ISME reported that 73% of SMEs have started the implementation process.
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From September 19th 2014, all Central Government, local authorities and State agencies will no longer issue or accept cheque payments. If you are now in a position whereby, the payments to government and its agencies are currently made by cheque the implications are not only that this payment mechanic will be taken away but also the associated credit timelines that you had against these types of payments are also removed.
Sage 50 Accounts 2014 see’s the release of yet another fantastic version of mobile that now allows you to email Invoices to your customer directly from your handheld device. It couldn’t be easier to keep your business going while on the move.
Survey shows 28% of companies don’t understand benefits available to them. Budget 2013 increased the turnover threshold for cash-based VAT accounting from €1 million to €1.25 million, giving hundreds more companies the opportunity to manage their tax bills more efficiently.
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.