Why outsource your payroll?

Dec 14

Since the economic downturn in Ireland A  significant number of Irish companies have outsourced their payroll to a specialist provider (Like Domybooks!) As well as allowing them to reduce headcount this also comes with further advantages as listed below: Compliance- As experts we ensure you are fully complaint with all relevant payroll legislation. Timelyness- We […]

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Abu Dhabi gives Dubai $10 bln bailout

Dec 14

In a surprise move oil rich  Abu Dhabi has bailed out Dubai with $10 billion.  The terms of the funding are not being released but the funding relates to Dubai’s flagship investment company  Dubai World. Dubai World manages and supervises a portfolio of businesses and projects for the Dubai government across a wide range of industry segments and projects […]

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VAT Rate change from 21.5% to 21%, Budget 2010

Dec 10

As im sure you are now all aware the higher rate of VAT is decreasing from 21.5% to 21% as of the first of January.  Please find below the Domybooks quick guide for VAT registered companies to deal with this change: Firstly traders whom account for VAT on the ‘invoice basis’ should use the rate in force […]

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P60 Forms

Dec 10

Coming to that time of year again folks! If anyone needs to download blank P60 forms they are available here http://www.ros.ie/schemas/p60/laser/Form%20P60%20Laser.doc (English laser format right click and save target as) My advice is to get the P60 ‘s out quick and not have staff harrasing you for them in February! Anyone needs any assistance please […]

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How to remove the password from an excel sheet

Dec 1

If you have an excel sheet you’ve manged to forget the password for dont panic its easily fixed: Firstly open the spreadsheet and go to the VB editor Paste in the code below and close the VB editor Go to the ‘View’ tab and ‘View Macros’ You should see RemovePassowrd Select this Macro and give […]

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Microsoft Office 2010

Nov 30

When were finally getting used to the new interface on MS Office 2007, Microsoft have gone and launched Office 2010. You can download a beta version of microsoft office 2010 here Watch out for a full review of excel 2010 on this blog over the next week or so Remember Do My Books provide a […]

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Management information and when to dump customers!

Nov 29

A large part of my work involves providing management with information allowing them to make strategic decisions. I will provide a case study here which shows the benefit of that information: One of my clients runs a distribution business supplying cleaning equipment, When I first arrived at this client her revenues were declining and profit margins were being […]

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Your business can help flood victims

Nov 26

I’ve had this nagging helpless feeling for the last week or so. The problem is I live in Ardrahan, and every day driving to and from work I see houses and farms flooded. What annoys me is, what I can do to help? This morning I read the following post on Ruairi from KRO’s blog […]

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Dealing with cash flow problems

Nov 22

Many many businesses in Ireland are now suffering from severe cash flow issues below I have listed a few do’s and dont’s which I have tried and tested with clients and I’m confident work. Do: Communicate with all your creditors (including the bank!) and be as honest as you can. Cancel all direct debits you […]

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Temporary Accounting Staff

Oct 26

One of the services we provide at Do My Books is temporary accounting staff. I have answered the common questions I am asked in relation to this service below: Q1. What services can your Temporary accounting staff provide: A: Common services are: 1. Bank Reconciliations 2. VAT Returns 3. Payroll including P30’s and P35’s 4. […]

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