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Food sector fears Brexit bottlenecks trade threat

7th August 2018

Disruption to supply chains is one of the biggest risks facing the Irish food and drink industry, according to a new report from Bord Bia. As Brexit looms large, the ‘Food and Drink Supply Chain Logistics, Strategies for Success’ report found that increased lead times, especially when related to short shelf life food and drink […]

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Building costs rapidly rising to Celtic Tiger peak: surveyors

7th August 2018

Construction costs will surpass 2006 levels this year and are rapidly approaching the highest levels of the Celtic Tiger bubble, according to new figures from the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI). The higher prices have big implications for delivery of the Government’s ‘Ireland 2040’ strategic development plan, in particular for the success and cost […]

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Q3 2018 Newsletter – McMahon & Co Accountants

6th August 2018

Check out our Quarter 3 Newsletter 🙂 Interesting read on: Insurance Incease Sole Trade Q&A Session Grow your money by Investing Tips for Business Start Ups And much much more – READ TODAY – Q3 2018 Newsletter_McMahon & Co Accountants

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Counties in the west worst hit as 161 postmasters take redundancy

3rd August 2018

The west of the country looks set to lose dozens of post offices after it was confirmed 161 postmasters have been granted voluntary redundancy. An Post said the 161 postmasters’ offices, from among a network of 1,111, were now “likely” to close. It comes after a leaked document containing a portion of those taking the […]

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Increasing rental income sees profits at Ireland’s biggest private landlord more than double

3rd August 2018

Profits at Ireland’s biggest private landlord, I-RES Reit, more than doubled to €69.5m in the six months to 30 June. The performance was driven by a 13pc increase in net rental income to €19.3m, according to six month interim results from the group. I-RES Reit also reported an increase in its EPRA earnings for the […]

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Increasing rental income sees profits at Ireland’s biggest private landlord more than double

3rd August 2018

Profits at Ireland’s biggest private landlord, I-RES Reit, more than doubled to €69.5m in the six months to 30 June. The performance was driven by a 13pc increase in net rental income to €19.3m, according to six month interim results from the group. I-RES Reit also reported an increase in its EPRA earnings for the […]

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The changing world of aviation

3rd August 2018

Globally, there are four big trends reshaping the aviation industry, which aviation companies and the Irish government alike must plan for. For half a century, the largest western airlines had the market for intercontinental air services to themselves. Now, competition for long-haul traffic is fierce, with the ‘Gulf Three’ diverting passengers who would previously have […]

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The changing world of aviation

3rd August 2018

Globally, there are four big trends reshaping the aviation industry, which aviation companies and the Irish government alike must plan for. For half a century, the largest western airlines had the market for intercontinental air services to themselves. Now, competition for long-haul traffic is fierce, with the ‘Gulf Three’ diverting passengers who would previously have […]

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€1K ‘Granny Grant’ proposed for grandparents who help with childcare in Budget talks

1st August 2018

Grandparents who help out with childcare would receive a €1,000 annual payment under plans outlined by Independent ministers in Budget negotiations. The self-assessed payment would be available to all grandparents who care for their grandchildren for more than 10 hours per week. In their first negotiations with Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe ahead of the Budget, […]

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€1K ‘Granny Grant’ proposed for grandparents who help with childcare in Budget talks

1st August 2018

Grandparents who help out with childcare would receive a €1,000 annual payment under plans outlined by Independent ministers in Budget negotiations. The self-assessed payment would be available to all grandparents who care for their grandchildren for more than 10 hours per week. In their first negotiations with Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe ahead of the Budget, […]

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