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  • Sectors - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Border Provision of Services Government Agencies Sectors Agricultural Business Related Services Construction Educational Energy Engineering Environment Financial Fisheries Food Beverages Government Agencies Legal Leisure and Sport Other Services Property Transport Travel and Tourism Site Map Home About Us Services Directive FAQ Contact Disclaimer A to Z Index Browse by Sector Ireland Overview Ireland Overview Starting a Business in Ireland Temporary Cross Border Provision of Services Contact Us Internal Market Unit

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  • Ireland Overview - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Ireland Overview Brief History The Irish State Becoming self employed Coming to set up a business or invest in Ireland Economy International Relations Opening a bank account Public Holidays in Ireland Registering to Vote Social Services Water Charges Site Map Home About Us Services Directive FAQ Contact Disclaimer A to Z Index Browse by Sector Ireland Overview Ireland Overview Starting a Business in Ireland Temporary Cross Border Provision of Services

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  • Starting a Business in Ireland - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    business below Information on registering a business Employment Rights Please find link to information on employment rights below Employment Rights Health and Safety Please find link to information on health and safety below Information on health and safety Establishing a place of business Please find link to information on establishing a place of business below Information on establishing a place of business Closing a business Please find link to information on closing a business below Information on closing a business Further information The Local Enterprise Office website is the First Stop Shop for anyone seeking information and support on starting or growing a business in Ireland The Local Enterprise Office provides advice information and support in starting up or growing your business Additional helpful information relevant to starting a business in Ireland can be found in the links below Becoming self employed Opening a bank account Coming to set up a business or invest in Ireland Table of licences permits issued by Government Departments relevant Offices in Ireland Support for business available in Ireland The following websites listed below also provide general information on starting a business in Ireland Start a Business in Ireland Enterprise Ireland website Starting and Running

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  • Temporary/Cross-Border Provision of Services - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    temporary cross border services in Ireland Taxation is excluded from the scope of the Services Directive For more specific information service providers should contact the relevant competent authority the Office of the Revenue Commissioners www revenue ie to clarify the position on the tax implications of providing services in Ireland Requirement to Register for Tax self employed individuals A non resident individual who is not established in Ireland but who is providing services from their base in another Member State will not have a liability to Irish income tax as the income from the provision of those services is not considered Irish source income If the individual has a temporary office or similar available to them in Ireland they would have to consider whether or not they have created a taxable presence in Ireland Consideration should be given to the double taxation treaty between Ireland and the individual s home State to determine exactly what might create a taxable presence sufficient to give Ireland taxing rights over the income However where an individual service provider becomes resident in Ireland he or she will be subject to Irish tax on his or her worldwide income subject to relief under a relevant double taxation treaty and will be obliged to file a tax return declaring the income to the Irish Revenue Commissioners An individual is resident in Ireland for a tax year if he or she is present in the State for 183 days in that year He or she can also become resident in Ireland for a tax year if taking that year and the previous year he or she spends at least 280 days in the State Social Security procedures required Where a service provider becomes established in Ireland as a self employed individual he or she is required to

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  • Government Agencies and Useful Links - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Development Commission Employment Appeals Tribunal Skillnets The Digital Hub The Private Security Authority GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine Department of Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht Office of the Attorney General Department of Communications Energy and Natural Resources Department of Children and Youth Affairs Department of Defence Department of Education and Skills Department of the Environment Community and Local Government Department of Finance Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Department of Health Department of Justice and Equality Department of Social Protection Department of the Taoiseach Department of Public Expenditure and Reform Department of Transport Tourism and Sport Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation Office of the Revenue Commissioners SEMI STATE BODIES Bord Bia Irish Food Board Enterprise Ireland Shannon Group Udaras na Gaeltachta Failte Ireland IDA Ireland Teagasc Agriculture and Food Development Authority National Standards Authority of Ireland Irish Maritime Development Office INFORMATION ONLINE RESOURCES Workplace Relations Citizens Information Local Enterprise Office SME Support Tool Stat Central Land direct eTenders Office of Government Procurement Office of the Revenue Commissioners Europe Direct DG Enterprise and Industry The Irish SOLVIT Centre IntertradeIreland Small Business Finance Your Europe Business Contact details of Irish Embassies in EU EEA countries BUSINESS REPRESENTATIVE

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  • Establishing a place of business - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    to the relevant local authority Complete a Planning Application form in accordance with the appropriate requirements of the local planning authority Complete a Commencment Notice Form and send into the Local Authority with the correct fee in accordance with the requirements of the local planning authority Complete a Fire Safety Certificate Application form in accordance with the requirements of the local authority Complete a DisabilityAccess Certificate application form and send it to the Building Control Authority Section of the relevant local authority in accordance with their requirements Information on the relevant forms listed above can be obtained by contacting the relevant local authority where the place of business is to be established Further information on Planning and Building requirements Trade Effluent Licence Trade effluent is any liquid waste other than domestic wastewater and storm water that is discharged from a business premises to the public sewers To discharge trade effluent to the sewer you must apply for a Trade Effluent Discharge to Sewer Licence For further information please visit the Irish Water website Please find link below to further detailed information on Planning and Building requirements when establishing a place of business It provides general information on the procedures entailed covering sample scenarios e g opening a cafe restaurant Planning and Building requirements New Online Building Control Management System A new online Building Control Management System BCMS has been developed by local authorities with support from the Department of Environment Community and Local Government which enables the electronic submission of Commencement Notices Certificates of Compliance on Completion and all ancillary documents associated with these statutory requirements to local authorities The BCMS has been developed to provide a common platform for clear and consistent administration of building control matters across the local authority sector It can be accessed at the following

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  • Support available for business - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    The Local Enterprise Office provides advice information and support in starting up or growing your business New SME online guide to funding supports The guide is available on the Local Enterprise Office website It details the range of Government supports available for business in Ireland The Microfinance Ireland website provides information on additional lending available through its Micro enterprise loan fund to start up growing and established micro enterprises based in Ireland Information is available on its website how to make an application to the Micro enterprise loan fund Information is available on Enterprise Ireland s website on Funding supports for business Enterprise Ireland is the government body responsible in Ireland for providing support to Irish businesses operating in world markets Information is also available on the IDA s website on setting up a business in Ireland The role of the IDA is to attract overseas investment into Ireland Opening a bank account in Ireland If you are setting up in business in Ireland you may wish to open a bank account for your business Genera information is provided on the procedure required in the link below Opening a bank account Business Organisations in Ireland Additional support for business is

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  • Registering a business - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    a business name the following forms must be submitted along with the registration fee to the Companies Registration Office within one month of adopting the business name Documents to be submitted Form RBN1 for an individual Form RBN1A for a partnership Form RBN1B for a company More information on registering a business name and the relevant forms is available in the link below on the Companies Registration Office website Registering a business name Registering a business name online If registering a business name online the relevant forms must be printed off in hard copy signed and sent to the Companies Registration Office It is possible to pay for the application online Please find below link on the Companies Registration Office website for registering a business name online Registering a businessname online Registering a company For registering a company the following forms must be submitted to the Companies Registration Office Documents to be submitted An A1 form Application to incorporate a company has to be completed by the applicant and witnessed by a solicitor or a peace commissioner or a notary public commissioner for oaths The application must be accompanied by the company s memorandum and articles of association More information on registering a company including different company types e g limited company registration methods and the relevant forms is available in the links below on the Companies Registration Office Company Registration Required steps Registration methods Registering a foreign company Any company which is incorporated outside the State and establishes a Branch in the State must be registered with the Companies Registration Office For registering a foreign company the following forms must be submitted to the Companies Registration Office The relevant application form for registering a foreign company and copies of registration certificate accounts memorandum and articles of association from the

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