archive-ie.com » IE » P » POINTOFSINGLECONTACT.IE

Total: 192

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Tax - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    obliged to register for VAT A taxable person is an individual partnership company etc who is required to register for VAT Taxable persons are obliged to register if their turnover exceeds certain limits and are engaged in any of the following activities The supply of taxable goods or services effected within the state The acquisition of goods from other member states of the European Union Intra Community Acquisitions The importing of goods into the state Mail order or distance sales into the state Persons engaged in the above activities may elect to register for VAT if their turnover is less than the set limits but are not obliged to do so Persons in receipt of Fourth Schedule services There are certain categories of services listed in the Fourth Schedule of the VAT Act 1972 referred to as received services When such services are received from abroad for business purposes in this State the place of supply is deemed to be in this State and it is the recipient who is liable for the payment of VAT This provision means that persons engaged in VAT exempt activities i e insurance or banking who are not normally registered for VAT are obliged to register and account for VAT in respect of Fourth Schedule services received from abroad Farmers and Sea Fishermen may elect to register regardless of their turnover A foreign business exercising a trade in the State is obliged to register for VAT regardless of their turnover With effect from 28th March 2003 the supply of goods by a foreign supplier which includes installation and or assembly as part of the supply is now subject to the reverse charge rule that is any person other than a private individual receiving the supply is accountable for the VAT charge Sec 8 1A

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/tax/revenue.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Establishing a Construction Company - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Office The establishment of a private limited liability company can be registered at the Companies Registration Office Please find link below to relevant information on the procedures required for registering a company Registering a business registering a company link Procedures required for a Company specialising in heating electrical and plumbing work To undertake work in heating electrical and plumbing installations may require that staff are certified to carry out such work and are registered with relevant trade organisations e g Registered Electrical Contractors of Ireland Register of Gas Installers of Ireland Please find link below to further relevant information on the procedures required Heating Electrical work Electrical work Gas installation Plumbing While there is no requirement for a licence to work in plumbing in Ireland it is a matter for the employer to ensure that the staff are suitably qualified to carry out this work Recognition of professional qualifications as a Civil Engineer The following is provided for general information purposes only Further information can be obtained by contacting the relevant competent authorities which include the following Engineers Ireland Quality and Qualifications Ireland QQI Professional Engineers can obtain recognition of their professional qualifications through the Mutual Recognition Agreements that exist between Engineers Ireland and overseas professional engineering organisations or by applying for recognition under EU Directive 2005 36 EC with the relevant Competent Authority Engineers Ireland Certain functions carried out by professional Engineers are regulated and may require registration e g working as a Chartered Engineer with the relevant competent authority Engineers Ireland Please find links below to further relevant information on the procedures required Engineers Chartered Engineers Installing a business sign on your premises To install a business sign or banner on your premises may require planning permission from the local town or county council An example of such

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Construction/Construction-Company.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • General Construction Services - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    translated into English Where the Profession is not regulated in the applicants home State proof that the person has practiced the same profession occupation for at least two years in the last ten years in their home state Completed application form Completing procedures online The relevant application form and documentation can be scanned and emailed to SOLAS Please find below relevant links for further information Construction Skills Certification Scheme Employee Training Registration Renewal Recognition Safe Pass Providing cross border construction services in Ireland The following provides general information on the procedures for construction workers established in other EU countries intending providing cross border construction services in Ireland All further queries should be directed to the competent authority listed below The requirements for individuals intending to provide their professional services on a temporary or occasional basis in construction in Ireland where this service is regulated see list below in Ireland are as follows 1 The applicant must be legally established in an EU Member State 2 The applicant must possess a relevant qualification 3 Where the profession is not regulated in the home state they must have a minimum of two years experience in the last ten years working in their home state in the same profession 4 The applicant must not be prohibited from practicing their profession in their established state 5 They must submit a signed declaration to the host State Designated Authority FÁS SOLAS before starting work and every year thereafter Documents to be submitted to SOLAS a Proof of nationality and legal establishment in an EU Member State b Proof that they are not prohibited from carrying out their profession c Evidence of professional qualification Copies of certificates essential documents to be translated into English d Proof that the person practiced the same profession occupation for at

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Construction/Scaffolding-Basic-.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Architectural Services - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Overview Starting a Business in Ireland Temporary Cross Border Provision of Services Government Agencies Architectural Services Architect Providing cross border services as an Architect in Ireland 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

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Construction/Architectural%20Services.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Chartered Surveyors - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    out under the Building Control Act 2007 Those who wish to use either the title of Quantity Surveyor or Building Surveyor must register with the SCSI Licensing Procedures Any person wishing to establish in Ireland and use the title of either Quantity Surveyor or Building Surveyor must apply to be registered with the SCSI Registration Body A facility is available to complete an application Upon receipt of an application the

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Construction/Chartered-Surveyors.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Cross Border Services: Heating and Plumbing Work - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    work To undertake work in heating air conditioning and plumbing in Ireland may require that staff are already certified to carry out such work in their EU country Please find further relevant information on the procedures required Heating Gas installation Air conditioning A qualified contractor based in another EU country but working short term in Ireland would be required to comply with the following procedures Provide proof of qualifications in refrigeration and air conditioning equivalent to National Craft Certificate level in Ireland The Contractor Company must be FGas compliant EC Regulation 303 2008 An EU contractor can contact the Quality and Qualifications Ireland QQI to obtain recognition of their professional qualifications in refrigeration and airconditioning installation Plumbing While there is no requirement for a licence to work in plumbing in Ireland it is a matter for the employer to ensure that the staff are suitably qualified to carry out this work Posting of workers If 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

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Construction/Cross-Border-Services-Heating-and-Plumbing-Work.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Accountants - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    that body and is bound by the Standards and Regulations of that Body with regard to their conduct The prescribed accountancy bodies are in turn supervised by the national competent authority the Irish Auditing and Accounting Supervisory Authority Restricted areas of Accountancy As mentioned above individuals firms wishing to offer general accounting activities are not required to be a member of one of the prescribed accountancy bodies and these services are open to all However there are legal restrictions as to who can provide certain accounting related services These services include The audit of financial statements Investment business services And personal insolvency services An individual firm who wishes to act as a public auditor or statutory auditor as defined in the companies acts should refer to the Auditors section of the website for further information on how to become authorised to provide audit services in Ireland Further information can be found on the procedures for other accounting related services in the links below Investment business services Central Bank of Ireland Personal insolvency services The Insolvency Service of Ireland Prescribed Accountancy Bodies in Ireland The nine prescribed accountancy bodies and the links to their websites are set out below Homepage Accountancy

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Financial/Accountants.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Auditors - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    or in another EU member state and The majority of the members of the administrative or management body of the audit firm are Individuals who are eligible for approval as statutory auditors in Ireland or in another EU member state or Audit firms approved as statutory audit firms in Ireland or in another EU member state Procedures required for operating as an auditor in Ireland An individual who is Already approved as a statutory auditor in an EU member state or Entitled under or by virtue of the laws regulations or administrative provisions of a third country to carry out audits of the annual or group accounts of a company incorporated in that third country and wishes to apply to one of the recognised accountancy bodies for approval as a statutory auditor in Ireland is required in the first instance to sit and pass an aptitude test The aptitude test process is currently administered on behalf of all the recognised accountancy bodies by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland It may be possible for an exemption from the requirement to sit the aptitude test to be granted Full details of the application process the contents of and application for exemptions from the aptitude test can be found here Passing the aptitude test does not confer statutory auditor status on the individual but makes the individual eligible to apply to one of the recognised accountancy bodies for approval as a statutory auditor The six recognised accountancy bodies are set out below Homepage Accountancy Body Name ICAI Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland ICAEW Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales ICAS Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland CPA Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland ACCA The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants IIPA Institute of Incorporated Public Accountants Further

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Financial/Auditors.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive