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  • setting up a company Archives - Irish Formations
    share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Legislation Tagged Company Formation non resident directors bond register a company setting up a company Setting up a business Posted on 07 05 2014 27 05 2015 by Mark Hegarty Setting up a business for the first time can be a daunting prospect if you have not done it before If you have decided to set up a new business there are a number of considerations for you to think about Firstly will you set up the busness as a sole trader or as a company In the next two articles we will consider setting up your new business as a company There are a number of advantages in setting up as a company over sole trader or partnership The first is that it provides limited liability In a previous blog post we asked the question what is limited liability Currently with a limited company in Ireland the shares in the company are owned by its shareholders If the company is a limited liability company the shareholders liability should the company fail is limited to the amount if any remaining unpaid on the shares held by them A company is a separate legal entity and therefore is separate and distinct from those who run it Only the company can be sued for its obligations and can sue to enforce its rights This protection is important under many circumstances including situations where a business might be holding a large stock and the company is put under risk of over trading If you are setting up a business company you will have to have a few things prepared before you get started with an independant company formations agency like Irish Formations What will the limited company name be Choose carefully and the formations agency will guide you through the availability of the name Who will the Directors be You will need a minimum of 2 You need to submit names residential addresses and dates of birth and identification of the Directors Who will the company Secretary be This can be one of the company Directors Who will the shareholders be This can be one Person a number of people or a company in Ireland or abroad What will the company activity be This information will be used to generate the objects of the Memorandum of Association for the company for submission Once this information is gathered through our packages page we email our clients signature pages which they sign and post back to us when setting up a business company We use these to make the submission and get the company formed If there are no errors on the forms or restrictions with the company name then this takes between 3 and five days to get the company number Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to

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  • Set up a company in Ireland Archives - Irish Formations
    worry Take the information away think about it and how you are going to fix the problem Communicate If a customer excercises their right to advise you how to do things better Follow up and thank them even if its by email and not a phone call Don t let the customer think you are making excuses There is always an urge to make an immediate response to a criticism of your business Don t let the urge take over Allow the customer to be heard and answer the issues later The customer is not always right This is a misunderstood principle which directly relates to good customer service You could translate this saying into Alleviate the customers concerns through action follow up The bottom line is customers need to be happy If they are not their purchasing decisions will change and current future sales can and in many cases will be lost We will be doing many more posts on this topic as we feel that its a critical part of business It doesn t matter if you are selling Business to Business or Business to Consumer across all sectors good customer service is vital Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Customer Service Tagged Business names Buy a company buy a company seal Change a business name Change a business name online Companies house Company Compliance Company directors Company Formation Company Formations Company formations limited Customer service form a company in ireland Limited companies Set up a company in Ireland Start a new business Register a new company Now Find Out More Our Blog by Email Enter your email address to subscribe Mailing List Join our FREE Mailing List Privacy by SafeSubscribe SM Join Now Recent Posts Register a company in Ireland 18 03 2015 New Companies Legislation 13 03 2015 Non Resident Director Bond 11 03 2015 Company Formation with Limited Liability 13 02 2015 Deadlines to get a company formed in 2014 02 12 2014 Changing Memorandum and Articles of Association 20 11 2014 Register a business name 17 11 2014 Tax Registration 22 10 2014 Article Categories Business Incubation 1 Business Names 5 Business Tips Tricks 24 Customer Service 5 Events 2 FAQ s 19 Forming A Company In Ireland 3 Guest Blog 4 Legislation 19 Move a company to Ireland 5 Services 14 Starting a New Business 35 Uncategorized 4 Business News Eurozone readies for Greek default 27 06 2015 Greek minister No reason deal cannot be done 27 06 2015 Airbnb style listings surpass hotel rooms in Spain 26 06 2015 Tags Branding business ideas Business names business plan business start up Buy a company buy a company seal Change a business name

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  • Set up an irish company Archives - Irish Formations
    duties of Directors is set out over 150 years Under the new legislation these duties will be codified under the bill making this law more accessible and transparent The company will no longer be required to hold an Annual General Meeting as currently required Instead the company will be able to complete this by written procedure An interesting change is that a company will no longer need to draft Memorandum and Articles of Association Instead the company will have a one document constitution The bill will contain provisions by default The company has the option to vary any of the provisions contained Offences under company law will be categorised by severity Category one will have the most severe penalty of 500 000 or 10 years imprisonment There will be a new Summary Approval Procedure This will allow companies to perform certain activities by means of a directors declaration and a Shareholders resolution Currently activities require a High Court approval Other company type changes include It will be easier for companies to change their company type where they find that they have a change in their circumstances Under the bill PLC s Guarantee Companies Unlimited Companies will have dedicated parts which will improve the accessibility and visibility of the law for all users Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in FAQ s Legislation Starting a New Business Tagged business start up Companies house Company Compliance Company Formation Company incorporation form a company in ireland Legislation Move a company to Ireland New Companies Bill Richard Bruton T D Set up an irish company 1 Comment Tips on choosing a business name Posted on 18 08 2011 by Mark Hegarty One of your biggest battles in business is to make the decision making process of your customers to use or buy your services short efficient A good business name will help this One of the first questions anyone asks when setting up a new business is What am I going to call it Unless you work as a business consultant or work in branding its always good to take advice on this important decision There are a few considerations to think about Make your business name memorable You will have to work harder on marketing your business brand if you choose a name that is not memorable or does not say something about your business Keep it short This will make it memorable and if its memorable people will tell others about it Get that viral work of mouth working for your business from the outset If you intend trading internationally make it easy to pronounce by all nationalities Think of any international corporates i e Dell Cannon Nike Try to include what

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  • Start a business Archives - Irish Formations
    Steps to Form a Company with Irish Formations Take an account online by registering on the website or Sign In to your account Go to the Company Page Click Buy Now Fill in the Online Form Wait for the Signature pages to be emailed to you Get the Signature Pages Signed by the Directors shareholders Post them back to us Once your company number is issued you will be emailed 3 5 days once we receive them Wait for your Company Pack to be posted to you Click here to be brought to our packages page Once the company is registered if you have chosen to be registered for VAT Corporation Tax this generally takes between 10 12 working days once the submission has been made We also make this application online and do not use manual systems to do this as it can then take longer to get the VAT Corporation tax numbers back We can also perform your first annual return which is due 6 months after forming your company You do not need to submit accounts with this return and it is entirely prepared by us If you have any questions about forming a company or any of our services don t hesitate to contact us at any time Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Business Tips Tricks Customer Service Services Starting a New Business Tagged business start up Company Formation Company incorporation form a company in ireland Limited companies Move a company to Ireland Start a business Changing a Director in a Company Posted on 30 04 2013 15 05 2015 by Mark Hegarty Changing a Director in a Company From time to time it may necessary to retire or appoint a new company director Changing a director in a company can be done relatively quickly Currently all companies are required to have two Directors in a company but legislation has been published which will change this Once the new companies bill is made law it will be necessary to only have one Director in a company in Ireland There also a number of other changes to the bill which we wrote about back in January That article can be found here Being a director of a company in Ireland comes with responsibilities and as a Director you should know and understand these responsibilities Once a company is formed by us we issue booklets for the company Secretary and the Directors which outline these responsibilities and we also make them available for download in PDF format online free of charge once the company is formed In a situation where a company director has died then the company should notify the Companies Registration office immediately We can process this notification for companies on the same day as it is submitted through your account The office of The Director of Corporate Enforcement is a good resource for anyone who is a Director of a company or is thinking of becoming a Director to review their responsibilities as a Director of a Company Particular attention should be given to the section on Company Law and You As usual if you have any queries on our services or any information contained within this Blog please do not hesitate to contact me Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Legislation Services Starting a New Business Tagged business start up Buy a company Change a Director in a Company Companies Act 1963 to 2012 Company Compliance Company directors Company Formation Company law New Companies Bill Set up an irish company Start a business Irish Formations teams up with Register 365 Posted on 19 03 2013 by Mark Hegarty Irish Formations teams up with Register 365 Irish Formations is proud to announce that it has partnered with Register 365 to offer businesses free com domains with every Company Formation or Business Name Registration Recently Register365 blogged about this promotion on their blog site Register 365 recently engaged in a survey which revealed that 68 of small business owners do not register their domain until after their business is established some waiting months to do so We are joining forces with Register365 to help people with new businesses to get started online Mark Hegarty of Irish Formations said We are delighted to be partnering with Register 365 to offer free domains with every Company Formation and Business Name Registration It is so important that new businesses register their domain as quickly as possible once their company or business has been formed or they risk losing the domain to another business or a competitor Many people who are starting a new business for the first time will love this offer as it s just another item which can be quickly taken off their job list and it s completely free Sally Tomkotowicz Marketing Manager at Register 365 said In the current economic climate businesses need to look at their online profile to gain competitive advantage wherever they can ensuring they own their company name in as many domain names as they can This is a great opportunity for fledgling businesses to get off to a great start online Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window

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  • start a business in Ireland Archives - Irish Formations
    a new business Posted on 17 10 2011 by Mark Hegarty Starting a business is a daunting but very exciting experience Everyone wants to get an advantage when starting a new venture Its critical that you get as much information as possible when considering to go out on your own Make an informed decision about what you are going to specialise in and how you are going to do it Here are a few areas you will need to consider and aim to achieve Be interested in your chosen area It makes all the difference Being interested in what you want to trade will make the difference between being passionate about your business or not People who you talk to will see your passion and its addictive Know your area well Its critical that you know your business subject inside out If you are not comfortable with it research it as much as possible before you make that commitment Contact Professional bodies Contact Local Chambers your professional bodies read industry publications to see where you can get an advantage in your field Create your business plan It is very important that you document your business immediate future in a clear guide like a business plan There are many many templates out there for anyone who wants to create one Decide on your business Structure Sole Trader Company Partnership Know which you will be forming Talk to your Accountant and Solicitor They will be able to advise you clearly based on your circumstances and the nature of the business Get Insured This is a must for all businesses and cannot be avoided Be Debt Free if possible Not having any debt when starting a business is a clear advantage If possible clear any debt you have and start fresh Network Networking is a great way of spreading that critical work of mouth about your business Set goals for networks that you join Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Starting a New Business Tagged business ideas business plan business start up Company incorporation debt free marketing marketing plan networking partnership Search business name sole trader Start a business start a business in Ireland Register a new company Now Find Out More Our Blog by Email Enter your email address to subscribe Mailing List Join our FREE Mailing List Privacy by SafeSubscribe SM Join Now Recent Posts Register a company in Ireland 18 03 2015 New Companies Legislation 13 03 2015 Non Resident Director Bond 11 03 2015 Company Formation with Limited Liability 13 02 2015 Deadlines to get a company formed in 2014 02 12 2014 Changing Memorandum and Articles of Association 20 11 2014 Register a business name 17 11

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  • Start a new business Archives - Irish Formations
    in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Business Names FAQ s Starting a New Business Tagged Branding Business names Change a business name Company Compliance form a company in ireland Limited companies Register a business name Search business name Set up an irish company Start a business Start a new business Customer service driven growth Posted on 16 08 2011 by Mark Hegarty Generally when planning for the growth of a business customer service seems to be either a given or an after thought in many businesses Many of us feel we know what our customers want and nearly all of us are surprised when we drill down into the details of satisfying our customer needs Good Customer Service is a key driver of profit We know that customers talk to each other and ultimately drive business through referral Good Customer Service relates to many of the definitions of Marketing one of which is Anticipating our customers needs and satisfying those needs Ultimately this is what we are all trying to do By understanding our customers we generally find it easier to provide this type of service The big question is do we really understand good customer service to be able to provide it This is critical in any business Understanding Customer Service principles is important but also Get to know your customers Interact with them Telephone them and ask questions that you want answered on their expectations of service met Provide the ability to give feedback Listen Customers love to be listened to so let them do the talking If a customer tells you about how your business has failed don t worry Take the information away think about it and how you are going to fix the problem Communicate If a customer excercises their right to advise you how to do things better Follow up and thank them even if its by email and not a phone call Don t let the customer think you are making excuses There is always an urge to make an immediate response to a criticism of your business Don t let the urge take over Allow the customer to be heard and answer the issues later The customer is not always right This is a misunderstood principle which directly relates to good customer service You could translate this saying into Alleviate the customers concerns through action follow up The bottom line is customers need to be happy If they are not their purchasing decisions will change and current future sales can and in many cases will be lost We will be doing many more posts on this topic as we feel that its a critical part of business It doesn t matter if you are selling Business to Business or Business to Consumer across all sectors good customer service is vital Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook

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  • Mark Hegarty, Author at Irish Formations
    a company setting up a company in ireland starting a business Non Resident Director Bond Posted on 11 03 2015 by Mark Hegarty Non Resident Director Bond As discussed earlier Link to https www irishformations ie benefits forming company ireland Ireland is a favorable place for a company formation Section 43 of the Companies Act was introduced in 1999 and required every Irish Company to have at least one Irish resident director With the Amendment of the Companies Act in 2009 this regulation was softened insofar as every Irish registered company is now required to have at least one director who is a resident of the European Economic Area EEA The EEA consists of all current member states of the European Union plus Liechtenstein Iceland and Norway The countries are Liechtenstein Iceland Norway Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Netherlands Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden United Kingdom Setting up a company in Ireland without having an EEA based director requires a Section 43 Non Resident Director Bond in force to the value of 20 000 or 25 394 76 respectively In case of a failure of the company the Bond will be monitised to pay fines and related costs imposed to the company due to offences under the Companies Act 1963 1999 or the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 e g the failure to file annual returns and audited accounts on time or the failure to supply required forms to the Revenue Commissioner Authorised classes of persons to enter into a Bond are banks building societies insurance companies and credit institutions The effective date of the Bond may not exceed 4 working days prior to the date of the company s incorporation The validity period of the Bond has to be at least 2 years As it is required as long as a company doesn t have a director who is resident in an EEA member state the Bond may have to be renewed after this period If a company fails to renew a still required Bond or to organise a Bond in case of the only EEA resident director ceasing it can be struck off by the Registrar of Companies and the directors might face a law suit After incorporation a company can be exempt from the requirement to have a Bond if the company has a real and continuous link with one or more economic activities that are carried on in Ireland The legal basis regarding the Non Resident Director Bond and containing all the given information are the Companies Amendment No 2 Act 1999 Bonding Order 2000 and the Companies Amendment Act 2009 Irish Formations can organise a Section 43 Bond for your company formation if required Contact us for further information Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Legislation Tagged Company Formation non resident directors bond register a company setting up a company Company Formation with Limited Liability Posted on 13 02 2015 by Mark Hegarty Company Formation with Limited Liability in Ireland By Wiebke Wolter Before starting your business in Ireland you have to decide what type of entity you require i e whether you would like to trade as a Sole Trader Partnership Limited Company or Unlimited Company A very important aspect influencing this decision is the one regarding the limitation of liability to the directors of the company What is limited liability In case of debt on insolvency the liability of the shareholders is limited to the amount remaining unpaid on the shares hold by them Hence the personal assets of directors and shareholders are not at risk where the company has been compliant In case of insolvency the company assets are used to pay outstanding debt as much as possible Which advantages does limited liability have First of all by having a limited company you can enjoy peace of mind With a Sole Trader Partnership structure personal assets of the members are not protected in case of insolvency You could lose all of your investment but you won t be held personally liable for the debt of the company Second a limited company is a separate legal entity trading on its own rights The company is not affected by the death of a director or shareholder Contracts and lawsuits refer to the company not the directors or shareholders as individuals and the company name is protected against use by others Third a limited company can carry financial advantages The Corporation Tax at a rate of 12 5 is one of the lowest in the world Limited companies enjoy higher business credibility Furthermore they have additional finance options which encourage their growth They can sell new shares access the Business Expansion Scheme take grants and are in comparison to Sole Traders Partnerships more attractive to outside investors Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Legislation Tagged business start up Company Formation Company Formations Company incorporation form a company in ireland Deadlines to get a company formed in 2014 Posted on 02 12 2014 27 05 2015 by Mark Hegarty Deadlines to get a company formed in 2014 If you are looking to get a company formed in the next couple of weeks you will need to act now to be incorporated in 2014 New budgetary rules which came in with the most recent budget in Ireland will phase out certain benefits like the Double Irish tax rule for companies that are incorporated in 2015 The new laws for Budget 2015 will take effect from January 1 2015 for new companies and for existing companies there will be provision for a transition period until the end of 2020 Getting your company formed with Irish Formations in 2014 means that you would need to get information onto our online forms as soon as possible The Companies Registration Office cannot guarantee that company submissions recieved after 15th December will be processed before 31st December 2014 The deadline dates apply to Incorporation s Change of name Re Registrations and company name reservations The deadline dates are as follows A1 ON LINE SCHEME 15 DECEMBER 2014 CHANGE OF NAME 10 DECEMBER 2014 REREGISTRATIONS 10 DECEMBER 2014 COMPANY NAME RESERVATIONS 17 DECEMBER 2014 Once you submit your information online with our website through the Packages Page we then prepare all your signature pages to go to you by email with full instructions You prepare the signature pages and post them back to us Ideally we would like to get this step completed and sent to the companies registrations office by 15th December to guarantee an incorporation date for your new company set up in 2014 Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Uncategorized Changing Memorandum and Articles of Association Posted on 20 11 2014 by Mark Hegarty Changing Memorandum and Articles of Association By Wiebke Wolter When setting up a company in Ireland it is necessary to write and submit the Memorandum and Articles of Association Memo and Arts as part of the application process They form the constitution of the company The Memorandum of Association states the framework of the company as it appears to the parties involved i e its name objects liability and capital structure The articles of association define the intern rules of a company itself e g the rules of board meetings and how to transfer shares for example Once the company set up is completed and the Memo and Arts are submitted they can be changed in the future if necessary There are several aspects of a company that can be changed at any time leading to a change of the Memo and Arts of that company The most common reasons for amending the Memo and Arts are changes of Company name Company type Object clause business activity Capital structure or Member s voting rights To let these changes come into effect you have to have the authorization of a special resolution passed either at an Annual General Meeting or at an Extraordinary General Meeting Based on this resolution the appropriate forms be filed with the CRO and signed by a current officer of the company per CRO records Changes of the Memo and Arts are not retrospectively applicable As the process bears several pitfalls each step has to be carried out with due care Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information or if you are seeking assistance in changing the Memo and Arts of your company or starting your own business in Ireland Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in FAQ s Forming A Company In Ireland Register a business name Posted on 17 11 2014 27 05 2015 by Mark Hegarty Register a business name By Wiebke Wolter The most popular way of starting a business in Ireland is to register a Business Name 25 795 business names were registered for sole traders and partnerships in Ireland in 2013 In comparison 15 506 new limited companies were formed It is necessary to register a business name at the start of the business if a company individual or partnership wishes to trade under a name that is not its own name The purpose of that regulation is to publish the identities of legal entities behind the business names Before your business registration you have to meet several requirements The business needs to be established in the Republic of Ireland The registering entity needs to be an Irish resident However if the registering person is a non EU national a Stamp 4 and Permission of the Minister of Justice Equality and Law Reform is required If the business name contains a domain name suffix or prefix a proof of the domain name ownership is required It is permitted to register names with Irish company type suffixes e g Limited Teoranta or Company The CRO doesn t check the desired name for any similarities with existing names Hence the name can be any name even if there is already a registered business with this name But this also means that there is no protection of the name as anyone can register any business name they want The type of form depends on the entity that wishes to register a business name After filing the form a signature page has to be sent to the CRO It takes about three weeks until the business registration is completed and the certificate will be issued By setting up a business via Irish Formations you don t have to worry about bureaucratic obstacles We sent you the required signature page on the same day of your application if application is made before afternoon and there are no hidden costs at all as our rate includes the CRO filing fee Click here if you want to get your business name registration started today and don t hesitate to contact us if you have any queries Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Business Names Tagged business start up Start a business Tax Registration Posted on 22 10 2014 27 05 2015 by Mark Hegarty Tax Registration By Wiebke Wolter One important point in setting up a business in Ireland is to consider the Tax Registrations you are obliged to make It is strongly recommended to get familiar with the Irish Tax system before you start your business as you have to register for and pay several taxes once your business has started Depending on whether you are a Sole Trader Partnership or a Company you by all means have to pay a tax on the profit of your business As a Sole Trader or Partnership this is the Income Tax which can amount for a single person to 20 of your profits up to an annual profit of 32 800 and 41 of the above balance As a company you pay a base rate of 12 5 Corporation Tax Independent of your type of business Sole Trader Partnership or Company there are furthermore three possibly applicable tax payment systems PAYE Pay As You Earn If your business has employees directors that get paid wages you have to register for PAYE It ensures that the Income Tax on the wages is collected automatically at the source of the tax VAT Value Added Tax If the annual turnover of your business is expected to exceed 37 500 for the supply of services and 75 000 for the supply of goods you have to register for VAT As VAT on purchases is offset against VAT on sales it is a tax on the added value at each stage of production The standard VAT rate amounts to 21 5 RCT Relevant Contract Tax Obligatory if you are making a payment to a sub contractor in the construction forestry and meat processing business RCT collects payable VAT at the source of the tax The standard rate amounts to a 20 rate a rate up to 35 is possible To apply for taxes you need a PPSN Personal Public Service Number from the Department of Social Protection The PPSN is a unique identifier number which is required in transactions with public bodies like the Revenue Office People who were born in Ireland after 1971 or started work in Ireland after 1979 were automatically assigned a PPSN As a foreign citizen you have to apply for a PPSN If you are seeking assistance in applying for a PPSN or want to talk to an accountant to sort out your Tax issues we can provide you with a Certified Public Accountant Please feel free to contact us Click here for more information regarding Tax Registration by Irish Formations or again feel free to contact us Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Business Tips Tricks FAQ s Uncategorized Tagged Company Compliance form a company in ireland Move a company to Ireland partnership tax registration Register an Unlimited Company Posted on 20 10 2014 27 05 2015 by Mark Hegarty Register an Unlimited Company By Wiebke Wolter The most popular type of company formed in Ireland is a Private Limited Company with share capital to Register an unlimited company type is becoming more popular The percentage of Unlimited companies on the register up to the end of 2013 was 2 31 Almost 87 of other companies on the register had Limited Liability For a start this seems to be consequentially as forming an unlimited company means that there is no limit on the liability of the members in case of debt on insolvency Even after ceasing to be a member the unlimited liability continues for one year A pretended limitation of liability can be implemented on a second stage with limited companies as shareholders Pretended insofar as in case of insolvency of the unlimited company related companies like shareholding companies can be forced to contribute to the debts of the insolvent company Nevertheless up to 2013 4 324 businesses in Ireland decided to operate as an unlimited company Why is this Being an unlimited company means that under certain circumstances you enjoy a comfortable confidentiality relief when it comes to your financial statements That is unlimited companies are only in those cases obliged to file their accounts where all of the shareholders of the company are Companies limited by shares guarantee or Themselves unlimited companies that are governed by the law of the EU Member states After all this means that most of the unlimited companies in Ireland can keep the state of their financial affairs private as they don t have to file their accounts at the CRO when they file their annual return no audit exemptions anyway Third parties can t see any accounts at the CRO thereby getting no access to the company s cost structure e g earnings margins staff salaries Thus it is not surprising to find well known companies like Dunnes Stores and Jonssen Pharmaceuticals among the unlimited companies in Ireland In 2006 the Irish divisions of Apple decided to re register from a limited company to an unlimited company followed by LinkedIn Ireland in 2013 Registering an Unlimited company in Ireland though it is risky under circumstances of economic uncertainty gives you an advantage to your limited liability competitors as you can keep

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  • Limited Company Archives - Irish Formations
    2 Directors but this will change to one after June Company Secretary Who will this be The company Secretary has duties and responsibilities to the company We will provide booklets regarding these once the company is formed We will hold this position during the incorporation process Registered Office Address Every company is required to have a registered office address within the state If you want to use another address we can organise this Activity of the company This needs to be 40 words or less to make up the Objects under the fast system The fast system gets a company formed within 5 working days Once your information is submitted to us we send you signature pages that you are required to sign post back Full instructions are sent to you at this point We are required as a trust company to collect your identification also Once we receive all this documentation from you we can process the incorporation Once incorporated we send you a Pack with all your legal documents depending which package you take We register you for taxes and if you take the Premoim Pack we process your annual return 6 months after formation of your company Share this Share Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Posted in Business Tips Tricks Legislation Tagged Company Formation Company Registration form a limited company Limited Company online company online company registration register a company set up a new company starting a business in ireland Register a new company Now Find Out More Our Blog by Email Enter your email address to subscribe Mailing List Join our FREE Mailing List Privacy by SafeSubscribe SM Join Now Recent Posts Register a company in Ireland 18 03 2015 New Companies Legislation 13 03 2015 Non Resident Director Bond 11 03 2015 Company Formation with Limited Liability 13 02 2015 Deadlines to get a company formed in 2014 02 12 2014 Changing Memorandum and Articles of Association 20 11 2014 Register a business name 17 11 2014 Tax Registration 22 10 2014 Article Categories Business Incubation 1 Business Names 5 Business Tips Tricks 24 Customer Service 5 Events 2 FAQ s 19 Forming A Company In Ireland 3 Guest Blog 4 Legislation 19 Move a company to Ireland 5 Services 14 Starting a New Business 35 Uncategorized 4 Business News Eurozone readies for Greek default 27 06 2015 Greek minister No reason deal cannot be done 27 06 2015 Airbnb style listings surpass hotel rooms in Spain 26 06 2015 Tags Branding business ideas Business names business plan business start up Buy a company buy a company seal Change a business name Change a business name online Companies act 1963 to 2009 Companies Act 1963 to 2012 Companies

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