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Podcast: Neil Hughes on South East Radio’s Morning Mix

‘Undermining public health guidance is destructive; we must not lose sight of the big picture amid Covid-19.’ There has been a notable shift in Irish media coverage of the pandemic, according to Managing Partner Neil Hughes. If we focus on the subset of issues facing us, we lose sight of [...]

By |September 23rd, 2020|Podcast|

GAA’s Briege Corkery: ‘Women need to support women more. As women, we tend to idolise the men in GAA.’

The values of Baker Tilly are; Excellence, Commitment, Integrity, No Ego and Drive. They are at the heart of what our firm is about. As part of our support of the All-Ireland Camogie 7s at Kilmacud Crokes, Baker Tilly are delighted to highlight members of the camogie community and their [...]

By |September 17th, 2020|Blog, Camogie 7s, Player's profile|

Baker Tilly Appoints New Tax Manager

Baker Tilly are pleased to announce the appointment of Neil Phair as a Tax Manager within its expanding tax department. Specialising in both domestic and international corporation tax, Neil has extensive experience in corporation tax compliance requirements and processes. Neil’s expertise also extends to tax advisory services within areas such [...]

By |September 10th, 2020|Latest News, News|

Podcast: Neil Hughes on South East Radio’s Morning Mix

‘There is an opportunity for individuals and companies to reinvent themselves and to take something positive from this experience.’   Learning is an integral part of adapting to these ever-changing times and preparing for the future. In his latest podcast, released earlier this week, Managing Partner Neil Hughes discusses [...]

By |September 4th, 2020|Podcast|

The Treasury Hub – August Report

As part of our ongoing membership of The Treasury Hub, Baker Tilly brings you the August 2020 report. Welcome to the end of Summer edition of THE TREASURY HUB Banking and Treasury Markets Bulletin. This is a slightly shorter than usual publication given that Summer holidays tend to result in [...]

By |August 26th, 2020|Latest News, News|

Podcast: Neil Hughes on South East Radio’s Morning Mix

Publicans are making a huge sacrifice so society and the economy can open safely and sustainably. The decision to close Ireland’s pubs has not only gravely impacted the licencing industry, it has affected employees, suppliers, tourism and communities as a whole. The sector needs immediate and sufficient support. Earlier this [...]

By |August 20th, 2020|Podcast|

Business Recovery: Cost Control and Reduction

Continuing to highlight Managing Partner Neil Hughes’ ‘Seven Cs of Business Recovery.’ In the midst of a crisis, operating cost control strategies is imperative, writes Hughes. How can business owners and managers manage costs in a way that doesn’t jeopardise the business in the long run? By monitoring and reducing [...]

By |August 17th, 2020|Blog|

Podcast: Neil Hughes on South East Radio’s Morning Mix

‘Honesty and transparency are important parts of the jigsaw. There’s no shame in asking for help.’ The next twelve months will be critical for businesses. Seeking support is a key part of the recovery process. With Irish business insolvencies predicted to spike next year, Managing Partner Neil Hughes discusses what [...]

By |August 13th, 2020|Podcast|

The Seven Cs of Business Recovery

The Seven Cs of Business Recovery present a blueprint for business owners and managers who are striving to overcome significant challenges. Article by our Managing Partner Neil Hughes, as seen in this month’s issue of Accountancy Ireland. Read here.  

By |August 6th, 2020|Blog, News|

Covid-19: Tax Liabilities and Cash-Flow Considerations

Written by Brendan Murphy, Tax Director, and Kevin Donovan, Tax Consultant/Senior  Read full article here. This article first appeared in Irish Tax Review, Vol. 33 No. 2 (2020) © Irish Tax Institute   *Updated* Key Measures from the July Stimulus Plan Read our insights below on some of the initiatives [...]

By |August 4th, 2020|Blog, News|

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