Chartered Accountants Ireland (The Institute) is a membership body representing 25,000 influential members throughout the globe. Their role is to educate, represent and support members. Their members work in senior positions in practice and industry and are committed to restoring confidence at every level of the economy. They work with governments and businesses to raise awareness of the importance of sound financial advice.
The Office of the Revenue Commissioners was established by Government Order in 1923 (now called simply Revenue) is the Irish Government agency responsible for customs, excise, taxation and related matters.
The Companies Registration Office is the central repository of public statutory information on Irish companies and business names. The CRO operates under the aegis of the Department of Enterprise Trade and Employment.
The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement in Ireland was set up by the Irish Government on November 28, 2001. The Director seeks to foster compliance with the law and the consequences of non-compliance through presentations, public communication, consultation with professional bodies and engagement with all branches of government that facilitate compliance. The ODCE is also charged with the role of enforcement and its powers in this regard are quite extensive.
Citizens Information is an Irish eGovernment website provided by the Citizens Information Board. The site provides useful public service information for Ireland.
The Irish Tax Institute is the leading representative and educational body for Ireland’s Chartered Tax Advisers (CTA) and is the only professional body exclusively dedicated to tax.
Ireland’s leading independent, online resource for anyone starting and growing a business. Established in 2005, they are the longest serving, largest and most comprehensive advice platform covering everything needed to start, buy, run or sell a business.