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  • Leisure and Sport - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Sector Ireland Overview Starting a Business in Ireland Temporary Cross Border Provision of Services Government Agencies Leisure and Sport Greyhound Racing Horseracing Opening a Fitness Club 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 Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation 23

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  • Other Services - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Starting a Business in Ireland Temporary Cross Border Provision of Services Government Agencies Other Services Hairdresser Archaeological Services Casual Trading Chemist Occasional Trading Tobacco Retailer Wildlife Dealer Zoos 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 Department of Jobs Enterprise and

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  • Auctioneers, Real Estate Agents, Letting Agents and Property Management Agents - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    which PSPs must hold To establish and administer a system of investigation and adjudication of complaints made against PSPs To impose sanctions on PSPs for improper conduct To establish maintain and administer a Compensation Fund To promote the development and adoption of codes of practice To establish and maintain the Public Register of Licensed PSPs To establish and maintain a Public Register of Residential Property Prices To establish and maintain a Commercial Leases Database Drafting and introduction of a wide range of legislation Anyone involved in the activities below will be subject to regulation by the PSRA Purchase or sale by whatever means of any estate or interest in land including buildings wherever situated Auction of private property other than land Provision of property management services The letting of any estate or interest in land wherever situated Please find relevant link on the Authority s website below What we do Licensing Procedures All persons wishing to provide property services in Ireland must hold a licence from the Authority Please find link below to relevant information on the licensing procedures This link also includes information on the following a guide to the licensing process including relevant fees applicable relevant application forms Licensing procedures Providing cross border property services In the Property Services Regulation Act 2011 the reference to the requirements for property services provided by certain persons from other EU States is listed under part 11 Section 82 The following is for general information only and all queries concerning providing cross border services in Ireland should be directed to the Property Services Regulatory Authority In general terms if a person holds a licence or similar authorisation in a Member State for an equivalent type of property service and there is client account protection in place they can provide cross border temporary

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  • Transport - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    by Sector Ireland Overview Starting a Business in Ireland Temporary Cross Border Provision of Services Government Agencies Transport Driving Instructor Taxi Driver 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 Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation 23 Kildare Street Dublin 2

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  • Travel and Tourism - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    and Tourism Opening a Bed and Breakfast Holiday Appartments Registered Self Catering Holiday Camps Holiday Cottages Registered Self Catering Holiday Hostels Hotels Tourist Accommodation Tourist Guide Travel Agents Tour Operators Youth Hostels Records 1 to 10 of 12 Pages 1 2 Next Last 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

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  • Brief History -The Irish State - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    headings Personal Rights The Family Education Private Property and Religion The President is the Head of State and is elected by direct vote There are sixteen Government Departments each headed by a Minister The Ministers collectively form the Government Executive power is exercised by or on the authority of the Government which is responsible to the Dáil House of Representatives The Head of the Government is the Taoiseach Prime Minister while the Tánaiste is the Deputy Prime Minister There are two Houses of Parliament known as Dáil Éireann House of Representatives and Seanad Éireann Senate The Dáil has 166 members known as Teachtaí Dála TD They are elected on a system of proportional representation by universal suffrage Elections take place at least once every five years After the 2011 general election the main political parties represented in the Dáil were Fine Gael the Labour Party Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin The Seanad has 60 members eleven of whom are nominated by the Taoiseach while the rest are elected from a number of vocational panels and by graduates of universities The Seanad may initiate or revise legislation except Finance Bills but the Dáil has the power to reject any such amendments or proposed legislation Online Government of Ireland www irlgov ie President of Ireland www president ie Fine Gael www finegael ie Labour www labour ie Fianna Fáil www fiannafail ie Sinn Féin www sinnfein ie Irish Government News Service www merrionstreet ie Local Government The local government system is administered by 31 local authorities and is undergoing a process of renewal and reform with a view to significantly reducing the number of local authorities The services provided by the local authorities include housing and building road transport and safety water supply and sewerage development incentives and controls environmental protection and waste management recreation and amenity education health welfare and miscellaneous services Local government is funded partly by central government and partly by local sources of revenue Online Department of the Environment Community and Local Government www environ ie The Courts Irish law is based on Common Law as modified by subsequent legislation and by the Constitution of 1937 In accordance with the Constitution justice is administered in public by courts established by law The President appoints judges on the advice of the Government Online Department of Justice and Equality www justice ie The Courts Service of Ireland www courts ie Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions www dppireland ie Office of the Attorney General www attorneygeneral ie Police and Defence Forces The national police force An Garda Síochána was established in 1922 The general direction management and control of the service is subject to regulations made by the Minister for Justice and Equality vested in a Commissioner appointed by the Government An Garda Síochána is unarmed with the exception of some specialized units Since 1989 An Garda Síochána has served in numerous United Nations UN missions around the world They have also served under the EU flag most recently

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  • Becoming self employed - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    to a maximum of 40 000 per year for people who have been unemployed for at least 12 months prior to starting their own business You can read more information in this Revenue guidance on the Start Your Own Business Relief Preparation Much of the process of preparing for self employment is about starting a business This is the same information whether you are a sole trader or a partnership or company The guide to self employment Toil and Trouble pdf is available on the Department of Social Protection website The Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed have published a leaflet on starting your own business pdf Local Enterprise Offices and local development companies provide supports to local businesses that are starting up or developing see Supports available below Businessregulation ie is a portal to help you identify the main regulations which affect your business If you are a non EEA national you can find information about starting a business in our document Coming to set up a business or invest in Ireland The website selfemployedsupports ie has information on the services and entitlements available if you are self employed and you are setting up a business Registration of business name You may carry on your business using your own name If you wish to use a business name you must register your business name with the Companies Registration Office see How to apply below You will then be issued with a Certificate of Business Name which you must display prominently at your place of business There is an information leaflet on Registering Your Business Name pdf size 361 2 KB You may need to have a business account with your bank This allows you to keep your business income separate from your personal income In general you will need your Certificate of Business Name to open a business bank account Tax Insurance Please find link to general information on your legal obligations with regard to tax and insurance when becoming self employed Becoming Self Employed Tax and Insurance pdf size 177 8 KB Planning permission If you are working from home you may need planning permission for example if you are using part of your home for business purposes or if you were to build a shed or an office in your garden You should contact your local authority for advice about planning permission Supports Available For a list of the supports available to self employed businesses please click on the link below Becoming Self Employed Supports Available pdf size 191 KB How to apply To register with Revenue as a self employed sole trader you do this using Revenue s online service Certain people can only register on paper using the Tax Registration form TR1 pdf size 495 7 KB and you can find information about them here This form can be also be used to register for VAT see above You will receive a Notice of Registration confirming that you are registered for income tax and if

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  • Coming to set up a business or invest in Ireland - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    apply to retail catering personal services or similar businesses see Business permission below No initial job creation targets will be set as it is recognised that such businesses can take some time to get off the ground There is detailed information in the Start up Entrepreneur Programme Guidelines pdf Business permission If you are not eligible for the Start up Entrepreneur Programme or if you wish to start a retail catering personal services or similar business you should apply for a business permission This is a written permission from the Minister for Justice and Equality that allows you to establish and engage in a business in Ireland for a certain period If you are applying for a business permission to start a business in Ireland you must meet the following strict criteria You must have at least 300 000 of your own money to invest in business in Ireland Your business must create employment for at least 2 Irish or EEA Swiss nationals or at least maintain employment in an existing business Your business must add to the commercial activity and competitiveness of the State Your business must be a viable trading concern and provide you with sufficient income to maintain and accommodate yourself and any dependants without resorting to social assistance or paid employment for which a work permit would be required Artists writers or crafts people do not have to meet the capital and employment requirements However they must show that they are well known in their field and that they can support themselves without the need for other employment or social assistance In these cases they should contact the Department of Justice and Equality separately There is detailed information on business permission available on the website of the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service INIS Residency Successful applicants for the Immigrant Investor Programme and the Start up Entrepreneur Programme and their immediate families will be granted residence permission for 2 years initially Their immediate family means their spouse civil partner or partner and dependent children aged under 18 This permission can be renewed for a further 3 years After these first 5 years the investor or entrepreneur can apply for long term residence If required they will be granted multiple entry visas for the same duration Usually a business permission is granted for 1 year initially Non EEA nationals who are granted a business permission are entitled to live in Ireland for the duration of the business permission They should check if they require a visa to enter Ireland Information and supports If you are coming from outside Ireland to set up a business you will need information on a number of topics such as tax and legal requirements You can find information about starting a business and being self employed on this website including details of legal structures and potential liabilities The guide to self employment Toil and Trouble pdf is available on the Department of Social Protection website below Businessregulation ie is a portal to help

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