Post Budget Breakfast 2018

Join us at the PKF-FPM and Irish News Post Budget Breakfast as we navigate through these uncertain times.   Date: Wednesday 7th November 2018 Time: 7.30am – 9.30am Venue: The Quays Ominplex, Newry   To book your FREE place email Lauren Quinn or call 02830261010      

RoI Budget Report 2019

The 2019 budget was announced on the 9th October 2018 by Finance Minister Paschal Donohue, the minister announced a number of important changes; namely the increase in the tax credit for small business owners and self-employed people from €1,150 to €1,350, the increase of the home carers tax credit from €1,200 to €1,500 and a reduction in the middle rate of USC which now stands ...

PKF-FPM Secure Hat-trick of Victories at UK Accountancy Awards

NI Headquartered independent accountancy practice, PKF-FPM, proved to be leading their sector when awarded with three of the most sought-after honours at the British Accountancy Awards Gala, which took place on 26 September 2018 in Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London.   The magnitude of taking home all awards shortlisted for, namely: Mid-Tier Firm of the Year, Tax Team of the Year and Partner of the Year – ...

FREE Family Business Breakfast Seminar

Unlock the Key to your Family Business Join us at the PKF-FPM Family Business Breakfast Seminar   Date: Thursday 18th October 2018 Venue: The Grand Hotel, Malahide   To book your FREE place contact Teresa Gill or call 01 691 3500      

PKF-FPM Charity Seminar

“Great things never come from comfort zones” The climate for charities has been volatile over the last few years, to put it mildly. Will the next few years be any better? PKF-FPM Accountants, in conjunction with nfpSynergy and the Charities Regulator, invite you to step out of your comfort zone and explore the challenges and opportunities facing the charitable sector on the Island of Ireland today.   PKF-FPM ...

PKF-FPM RoI Newsletter Issue 3

In this issue:   Turn your assets, drive your cash Taxation of cryptocurrencies Tax Briefs Business Briefs To download Issue 3 of the PKF-FPM RoI Newsletter please  Click Here

HMRC urges taxpayers to declare foreign income

HMRC has been advising people of the tougher stance being taken where individuals have not paid tax on assets held offshore. For almost 10 years, various forms of tax amnesties have been open through targeted disclosure facilities to specific professions and trades which offered significantly lower penalties to those who made a voluntary disclosure to HMRC (e.g. The Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility which was preceded by ...

PKF-FPM shortlisted for three categories at British Accountancy Awards

PKF-FPM Accountants, have been shortlisted for 3 categories at the British Accountancy Awards, namely: Mid-Tier Firm of the Year; Tax Team of the Year; and Partner of the Year.   PKF-FPM recently won Tax Team of the Year at the Irish Accountancy Award 2018, against stiff competition and are current holders of the UK Mid-Tier Firm of the Year.   The only Northern Ireland practice to be shortlisted for ...

Prepare for customs checks and controls after Brexit, say Chartered Accountants

Businesses need to get serious about the prospect of a no deal Brexit  Today (Monday 16 July 2018), Chartered Accountants Ireland and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) have unveiled a joint publication which will help both Irish and UK businesses prepare for customs checks and controls that they could face after Brexit.   The publication, entitled “Taking the Lead – Chartered Accountants and ...

Feargal McCormack presented Honorary Degree at Ulster University

Another momentous year for PKF-FPM Managing Director Feargal McCormack, following his election as President of Chartered Accountants Ireland in May 2018, today Feargal was presented an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science by Ulster University, for commitment to civic society through business, economic, social and community development in Ireland.