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Work from Anywhere Policy

Crowleys DFK Introduce Work From Anywhere Policy

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In the ever-evolving landscape of the modern workplace, adaptability is key. We value the flexibility of our employees in effectively carrying out their job responsibilities, all the while providing the highest level of support to our…
Share Options - PAYE Withholding Requirements

Share Options – PAYE Withholding Requirements from 1 January 2024 

The shift of share options from the Irish self-assessment system to PAYE withholding from 1 January 2024 is a significant change arising from Finance (No. 2) Bill 2023. Currently, employees are required to report and remit taxes within 30…
Budget 2024 Highlights

Budget 2024 Analysis

Delivering a €14bn Budget package, Minister McGrath described Budget 2024 as a ‘’step change” in planning for the future. As we have navigated through unprecedented challenges - the pandemic, Brexit, the war in Ukraine, and rates…
Budget 2024 Highlights

Budget 2024 Highlights

Minister for Finance, Michael McGrath delivered the final Budget today, 10 October 2023. Below we outline the highlights of Budget 2024. Personal Tax Income tax standard rate bands increase by €2,000 to €42,000 (single person),…
Ukraine Credit Guarantee Scheme

Ukraine Credit Guarantee Scheme provides low-cost loans to Irish businesses

The Ukraine Credit Guarantee Scheme (UCGS) will provide €1.2 billion in more affordable funding to Irish businesses who have been impacted by the war in Ukraine. Eligible borrowers will be able to access funds ranging from €10,000…
Enhanced Reporting Requirements (ERR)

Enhanced Reporting Requirements (ERR) – What You Need To Do

Signed into law in December 2022, the Finance Act 2022 has changed the requirements governing the reporting of expenses to Revenue. Under a new system referred to as Enhanced Reporting Requirements (ERR), companies will now be required to…
Leadership & Management

Crowleys DFK take part in Customised Leadership & Management Programme

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A bespoke Leadership & Management Programme was recently completed by 27 members of our management team (senior managers, managers, and assistant managers). The certified programme, which was delivered by UCD’s Professional Academy,…
Changes to Procurement Rules, Changes to Procurement thresholds

New Procurement Threshold to Significantly Increase Public Sector Accessibility to Goods and Services

In March 2023, the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform issued updates to existing procurement guidelines This update, contained in Circular 05/2023, have made some significant changes to the thresholds for procurement and are intended…
Benefits in Kind: Small Benefit Exemption

Benefits in Kind: Small Benefit Exemption

Employers will be familiar with the Small Benefit Exemption (SBE) which is a Revenue concession in respect of non-cash benefits/vouchers provided to employees. Finance Bill 2022 announced the extension of the SBE to allow for up to two vouchers/benefits…
Charities SORP Compliance

Are you ready for mandatory Charities SORP compliance?

As you may be aware, the Charities (Amendment) Bill 2022 is with the Oireachtas to be passed into legislation. Upon the passing of this bill, this will bring significant changes to the Charities’ Act 2009. The bill will make Charities SORP…
Public Sector Climate Action Mandate

Public Sector Climate Action Mandate 2023 – What you need to know

In May of this year, the Government approved the updated 2023 Public Sector Climate Action Mandate (PSCAM). The Mandate, first introduced as part of the Climate Action Plan (CAP) 2021, sets out the goals Public Sector Bodies must achieve…
Non-Resident Landlord Withholding Tax

Non-Resident Landlord Withholding Tax (NLWT) System

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Non-resident landlords may have received a letter from Revenue advising of upcoming changes to the administration of withholding tax for non-resident landlords. Up to now, non-resident landlords had two options to report rental profits to…