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- P35 Deadline
14 Feb, 2018
File and pay your Return on ROS before the P35 deadline of 23 February 2018.

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12 Feb, 2018
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01 Jan, 2018
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Starting Business

Starting a new business can be a daunting experience; many people don’t know where to start. At NKC we have the skills and experience to help get your business off the ground. There are many steps involved in starting a new business and NKC can help guide you along the path to success.

  • Decide on a suitable structure for your new business i.e. Sole-trader, partnership or company.
  • Develop a business plan to assess the feasibility of your proposed business.
  • Prepare cash flow forecasts.
  • Assess financing requirements and advise on suitable sources of finance.
  • Complete all relevant registrations required with Companies Registration Office and Revenue Commissioners.
  • Set up procedures and controls for managing your business going forward.

When your business is operating we can actively assist you in the management functions by:

  • Managing and improving the financial health of your business
  • Providing services such as payroll and outsourcing
  • Preparing management accounts and year end reports
  • Providing Business Development, Marketing and PR advice and assistance.

Preparing your annual tax return, identifying opportunities to plan for corporate or personal investments, pension contributions and wealth management.

NKC Business & Taxation Consultants Limited is registered to carry on audit work in Ireland and the UK by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland. Details about our audit registration can be viewed at for Ireland and for the UK under reference number AI3013160. NKC Business & Taxation Consultants  is also authorised to carry on investment business by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.