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How to pay your tax bill

Nov 7

The revenue have added a few new ways to make it a little more convenient for tax payers to make payments You can go the traditional route and post a cheque Collector-General’s Division ,Sarsfield House, Francis Street, Limerick. I generally wouldn’t recommend this as it doesn’t provide a proof of payment like some of the other methods and […]

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CPD Galway

Oct 3

If any accountants, solicitors, bankers or insurance agents would like CPD this Winter Finance Training are running a Financial Crime and Anti Money Laundering Seminar in Galway on November the 29th. Speakers are Derbhail McDonald is the Irish independent legal affairs correspondent and author of the book Bust. Kevin Prendergast is the corporate compliance manager […]

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Dejargonificationing: Vendor Viability

Nov 2

Theres lots of jargon thrown around the world of business, and even more thrown around in IT. So the software business is drowning in it. Im going to attempt to de-mystify some of the common phrases that are cropping up around the world of SaaS. Im starting with an easy target: vendor viability. How viable […]

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Multi-tenancy – what is it, why should you care?

Nov 2

Im continuing on my jargon busting mission. Todays target: multi-tenancy and its allegedly inferior sibling, single-tenancy What do they mean, and why should you care? Ill try to answer the second part of that question first from the perspective of you being a SaaS startup, and then from the perspective of a Customer. What is […]

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Brian Cowen gets a feature on NBC's Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Sep 27

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Why are cheap airlines so cheap

Mar 21

Below is an infographic from 5wgraphics.com The graphic shows how low cost airlines like Ryanair make their savings. One of the key metrics is the passengers per employee. If you can find and use metrics like that in your business you will greatly increase your management information. Improved management information can assist decision making and […]

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Big Red Book Reseller

Jan 27

Do My Books are proud to announce that we are now authorised resellers, installers and trainers on Big Red Book Accounts and Payroll Software. Big Red Books easy to use interface has seen seen it grow to having over 14,000 users in Ireland. If your looking for accounting software in Galway, Mayo or Clare please […]

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Advantages of a limited company over a sole trader

Jan 14

This is a common issue for entrepreneurs, Should they operate as a sole trader or limited company. From a purely tax point of view if your company profit is larger than you need to live on a Ltd company is the likely to be the most tax efficient option. The savings would work as follows, Profit for yr €1.2MDrawings […]

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Bookkeeper Galway

Dec 15

At Domybooks our core business is Bookkeeping. Below I have listed our the main  services this covers. Processing of VAT returns Recording purchase invoices Preparing sales invoices Bank reconciliations Sundry Reconciliations Accounting data entry Payroll preparation Processing of expenses Debt Collection Outsourcing your book keeping to an expert can save you time and money allowing […]

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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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