Funding Of €750,000 Announced For Irish Startups By Business Minister Heather Humphreys And Enterprise Ireland
Minister Humphreys and Enterprise Ireland announce €750,000 Competitive Start Fund for Irish start-ups in all sectors. The fund will provide up to €50,000 in equity funding for up to 15 successful entrepreneurs and start-ups. Article by Aakanksha Surve on the Irish...
Some EU countries other than Ireland are considering lowering their corporate tax rates recognizing the benefits that this action might bring. Article by Gavin McLoughlin on Independent.ie A number of EU countries are considering lowering their corporate tax rates to...
Gianni Mario Colombo, associate of Cahill Caizzone, has recently published the e-book “Social enterprises – Accounting and fiscal aspects” on the Italian Third Sector reform and its impact on fiscal and accounting aspects of nonprofit organizations.
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Irish consumer sentiment recovered in November to end a run of three successive monthly falls as prospects for a Brexit deal improved.
The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show the unemployment rate fell to 5.3% in the month of November.
BoA Merrill Lynch completed the cross-border merger of UK banking unit with its Ireland-based arm, making Dublin the hub for its European banking entity.