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  • Tax Consultant - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    discussions and decisions in Ireland and in the EU A Tax Consultant is listed by the European Commission as a regulated profession in Ireland for the purposes of Directive 2005 36 EC on the recognition of professional qualifications and the Irish Tax Institute is listed as the corresponding competent authority Please find link to the Irish Tax Institute website below The Irish Tax Institute How to apply for membership as a Tax Consutant with the Irish Tax Institute Entry Requirements Applicants for the AITI Chartered Tax Adviser CTA programme must hold at minimum an undergraduate degree at honours level Level 8 of the National Framework of Qualifications or equivalent A copy of an officially certified transcript of your qualification is required to process an application Please do not send in originals I f you do not hold a Level 8 qualification Applicants who do not hold a Level 8 qualification or equivalent may be considered on a case by case basis through the recognition of prior learning These applications should include A one page summary outlining Why you wish to study the AITI Chartered Tax Adviser CTA qualification How completion of the AITI Chartered Tax Adviser CTA qualification will benefit your career Why you think you will be able to successfully complete the course A two page resume detailing relevant professional experience and education to date Any other supporting documentation that you feel is relevant to your application e g supporting letter from your employer or suitable referee evidence of training courses undertaken relevant voluntary work etc Applications should be submitted to the Senior Manager of Professional Education with supporting documentation as appropriate All decisions to accept an applicant based on the recognition of prior learning are at the discretion of the Irish Tax Institute Mutual Recognition of professional qualifications for EU Tax Consultants If you hold a professional tax qualification from another body within the European Union you may be eligible to apply to the Irish Tax Institute for mutual recognition under the European Directive 2005 36 EC For further information please refer to the Irish Tax Institute s website or contact the Senior Manager of Professional Education Further information Full details on the procedures required in applying for the AITI Chartered Tax Adviser CTA programme are available in Course Information Regulations Information on fees and documents to be submitted All relevant information on fees for the AITI Chartered Tax Adviser CTA programme is set out in Course Information Regulations Completing the relevant procedures online You can apply online for the AITI Chartered Tax Adviser CTA programme by clicking here and completing the relevant procedures Response time frame by Irish Tax Institute The irish Tax Institute endeavours to respond to applications very promptly and this generally occurs within 2 3 working days Relevant legislation applicable The relevant domestic legislation is contained in S I No 1 1991 European Communities General System for the Recognition of Higher Education Diplomas Regulations 1991 Under Regulation 9 of this legislation an applicant who

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  • Starting a Food Service Business : Cafe/Restaurant - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    required to comply with the following Know the relevant food legislation Register with the appropriate official agency Obtain a copy of the relevant National Standards Authority of Ireland NSAI Guidelines In the case of service sector premises such as restaurants cafes or take aways the agency to register with is the local Environmental Health Office EHO of the Health Service Executive HSE Each business should contact the EHO office directly for further information on the registration procedures required How to apply Food business operators must contact the appropriate HSE office for a registration form which then must be completed and the hard copy returned to the HSE Please find links below to relevant information on the procedures required for starting a food retail business Starting a food service business Applying for an Alcohol licence for a café restaurant If you intend serving alcohol in a café restaurant you may wish to apply for a Special Restaurant Licence or a Wine Retailers On Licence from the Office of the Revenue Commissioners Please find links below to relevant information on the procedures required Alcohol licence for a cafe restaurant Permission to play music in a business premises You may wish to play music in your cafe restaurant In this case copyright music use is licensed per the Irish Music Rights Organisation IMRO Restaurant Hotel and Nightclub tariff Tariff HRNPD which can be accessed at http www imro ie music users imro tariffs Please note also that a licence from Phonographic Performance Ireland is also required see http www ppimusic ie Please find link below to relevant information on the procedures required for playing music in a business premises Playing music in a business premises Opening a bed and breakfast If considering opening a bed and breakfast please find links below to relevant

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  • Alcohol Licence for a Cafe/Restaurant - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    a café restaurant Making an application for a Wine Retailer s On Licence to serve alcohol in a café restaurant A Special Restaurant Licence A Special Restaurant Licence entitles the Licensee to sell alcohol for consumption on the Licensed premises only and is granted by the District Court Restaurant means any premises which are structurally adapted and used for the purpose of supplying substantial meals to the public for consumption on the premises and in which any other business carried on is ancillary and subsidiary to the provision of such meals According to the S I No 147 1988 Special Restaurant Licence Standards Regulations 1988 A Wine Retailer s On Licence A Wine Retailer s On Licence entitles the trading entity named thereon to sell Wine for consumption on or off the premises This Licence is confined to a person who owns a Refreshment House as per Section 6 of the Refreshment Houses Ireland Act of 1860 Procedures for making an application for a Special Restaurant Licence Wine Retailers On Licence If you operate a Café Restaurant based in Ireland and you intend to make application for a Special Restaurant Licence or a Wine Retailer s On Licence comprehensive information is provided on the following below Application procedures required for both the Special Restaurant Licence and Wine Retailer s On Licence Information on fees and documentation to be submitted Special Restaurant Licence Wine Retailer s On Licence Completing procedures online The following information is applicable for both a Special Restaurant Licence and a Wine Retailer s On Licence Once you have received your Application Notice from the National Excise Licence Office you can apply for your Licence online using the method outlined below Revenue On Line Services ROS You can apply for your Excise Licence on line once you have

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  • Cross Border Catering Services - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    providing catering services for an once off event the appropriate official agency to contact is the Environmental Health Office EHO of the HSE You should contact directly the relevant EHO directly for further information on the procedures required Please find links below to relevant information on the procedures required Cross border catering services Procedures required for serving alcohol at a once off event If alcohol will be served at the catering event the event organiser should make an application in advance for an occasional licence to serve alcohol from the relevant District Court where the event is taking place The following is provided for general information purposes only outlining the procedure required An application is made to the District Court for such a licence for a special event by the holder of an existing licence to sell alcohol at a premises The application for an occasional licence should indentify the following The premises to which the licence attaches to The special event to which the application relates to The unlicensed venue where the event will take place The relevant local authority and the Gardaí should be notified in advance of the application Where an occasional licence is granted the sale of alcohol is confined to persons attending the event The special event may not exceed six days these days need not be consecutive but must form part of the same special event Please find link to further information on an occasional licence Occasional licence Posting of workers If you are sending staff based in an EU country to work short term in Ireland it is important to be aware of the procedures regarding the posting of workers The competent authority for providing information on posting of workers is the Work Place Relations website Please find relevant link below to relevant

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  • Opening a Bed and Breakfast - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    with those areas are The relevant local authority Planning and Building requirements The Environmental Health Office of the HSE Operating a Food business and the Health and Safety Authority Health and Safety regulations Procedures required for operating a bed and breakfast Please find relevant links below which provide general information on the procedures required for the areas listed above Establishing a place of business Starting a food service business Health and Safety Failte Ireland Approval Bed Breakfasts may also be approved with Fáilte Ireland the National Tourism Development Authority and comply with a set of criteria for classification If you are a service provider looking to provide Bed Breakfast services in Ireland you may obtain further information and relevant contact details from the Failte Ireland website in the links below Fáilte Ireland Fáilte Ireland has sub contracted its accommodation registration assessment and classification functions covering hotels guesthouses and other categories of registered accommodation to SouthWestern Quality Standards for Bed Breakfasts Further information Please find relevant link to additional information for doing business in Ireland on the Business Life Cycle Table e g taxation The following competent authorities websites also provide general information relevant to operating a bed and breakfast in

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  • Holiday Appartments/Registered Self Catering - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    for the classification concerned Please find link below to Fáilte Ireland s website Failte Ireland Fáilte Ireland has sub contracted its accommodation registration assessment and classification functions covering hotels guesthouses and other categories of registered accommodation to SouthWestern If you are a service provider looking to provide holiday appartment accomodation services in Ireland you may obtain further information from the Failte Ireland website in the links below Holiday Appartments Other procedures required Other procedures a provider of holiday appartment accomodation services may have to comply with include the following Planning legislation firesafety and and local building regulations Food legislation Health and Safety The relevant competent authorities dealing with those areas are The relevant local authority Planning and Building requirements The Environmental Health Office of the HSE Operating a Food business and the Health and Safety Authority Health and Safety regulations Please find relevant links below which provide general information on the procedures required for the areas listed above Establishing a place of business Starting a food service business Health and Safety Further information Please find relevant link to additional information for doing business in Ireland on the Business Life Cycle Table e g taxation The following competent authorities websites also

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  • Holiday Camps - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    to meet a minimum set of requirements in order to be approved and registered with Fáilte Ireland Please find link below to Fáilte Ireland s website Failte Ireland Fáilte Ireland has sub contracted its accommodation registration assessment and classification functions covering hotels guesthouses and other categories of registered accommodation to SouthWestern If you are a service provider looking to provide holiday camp services in Ireland you may obtain further information and relevant contact details from the Failte Ireland website in the links below Holiday Camps Other procedures required Other procedures a provider of holiday camp services may have to comply with include the following Planning legislation firesafety and and local building regulations Food legislation Health and Safety The relevant competent authorities dealing with those areas are The relevant local authorit y Planning and Building requirements The Environmental Health Office of the HSE Operating a Food business and the Health and Safety Authority Health and Safety regulations Please find relevant links below which provide general information on the procedures required for the areas listed above Establishing a place of business Starting a food service business Health and Safety Further information Please find relevant link to additional information for doing business in

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  • Holiday Cottages/Registered Self Catering - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    with a set of criteria for the classification concerned Please find link below to Fáilte Ireland s website Failte Ireland Fáilte Ireland has sub contracted its accommodation registration assessment and classification functions covering hotels guesthouses and other categories of registered accommodation to SouthWestern If you are a service provider looking to provide holiday cottage accomodation services in Ireland you may obtain further information and relevant contact details from the Failte Ireland website in the links below Holiday Cottages Other procedures required Other procedures a provider of holiday cottage accomodation services may have to comply with include the following Planning legislation firesafety and and local building regulations Food legislation Health and Safety The relevant competent authorities dealing with those areas are The relevant local authority Planning and Building requirements The Environmental Health Office of the HSE Operating a Food business and the Health and Safety Authority Health and Safety regulations Please find relevant links below which provide general information on the procedures required for the areas listed above Establishing a place of business Starting a food service business Health and Safety Further information Please find relevant link to additional information for doing business in Ireland on the Business Life Cycle Table

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