Company and Business Start Up

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How do I Register a New Company for Tax?

If you are setting up a new company, one of the first things that you will need to do is notify the Revenue Commissioners. You will need to do this after the incorporation of your company and, ideally, before your new company commences trading.   You can register your company […]

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Share Capital

Irish companies generally have two different types of share capital – authorised share capital and issued share capital. Authorised share capital is simply the maximum amount of share capital that a company can issue to its shareholders. This amount will be displayed in the Memorandum of Association of the company […]

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How to Start a Business

Starting a new business is an exciting process. It begins with an inspiration—an idea about a product or service that you would like to offer. Then you visualise and plan how to bring your product or service to customers. Finally, you put your heart and soul into making that vision […]

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Selecting a Business Structure

The first organisational issue to consider when starting a new business is what legal structure to use. There are three basic options to choose from: Company Partnership Sole Trader If you’re going into business for yourself, it may be tempting to skip all the paperwork involved in forming a company […]

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Incorporating a Company

In order to be officially incorporated and begin operating as an Irish company, you must register with the Companies Registration Office (CRO) by filing Form A1 along with your company’s Memorandum and Articles of Association. If the CRO approves these documents, then it will issue a Certificate of Incorporation and […]

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Hiring Employees and Independent Contractors

No business can run without people to manage and perform its operations. The question then becomes whether a particular task will be performed by a full-time or part-time employee, or whether a service provider or consultant will be retained to do the work. Bringing a new employee into your business […]

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Marketing and Selling your Product

Many great business ideas die on the vine because not enough thought and effort goes into promoting the business and getting customers in the door. Even if you have an innovative product or service at a reasonable price, without an effective marketing and sales effort, many potential customers will be […]

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