How to Set Up a Not-For-Profit Organisation (NFPO)

How to set up a NFPO CLG

By Ashley Coakley, 28th September 2022 This article will discuss Companies Limited by Guarantee and focus on registering a not-for-profit organisation (NFPO) rather than charitable CLGs. NFPOs can apply for Charitable Status when they have a suitable charitable purpose and meet the other requirements set out by the Charities Regulator. What is a CLG and […]

How to Set Up a Travel Agency in Ireland

setting up travel agency

By Annette McCarthy, 6th September 2022 Tourism is one of the largest, thriving industries in Ireland and can be financially advantageous for both local and foreign investors. The process to set up a travel agency in Ireland is relatively straightforward with the assistance of a licensed formation agent such as Company Bureau. The Irish Government […]

End of COVID Extensions Spells Busy Annual Returns Season

Annual Return

By Company Bureau Formations, 31st August 2022 Company Bureau would like to remind companies to take action ahead of their 30th September Annual Return filing deadline, in order to avoid costly penalties and a possible two-year audit. With pandemic extensions for Annual Returns coming to an end, this is predicted to be the busiest September […]

Implementation of the European Union (Preventive Restructuring) Regulations 2022 in Ireland

By Shannon Power, 5th August 2022 In Ireland, the Directors’ Duties within the Companies Act 2014 will be amended following the EU (Preventive Restructuring) Regulations 2022 which commenced on the 17th of July 2022. The new regulations set out minimum rules for Member States to create preventative restructuring frameworks within their national laws. The resulting […]

What should I do after my Sole Tradership or Partnership business has been set up?

Sole Tradership or Partnership business

By Sinéad Floody, 8th July 2022 Although the process for establishing a sole tradership or partnership business in Ireland is similar, the operation of each is unique. In this blog, we explore the steps that should be taken once a sole trader or a partnership business has been registered. Sole Traders If you have recently […]

How to Prepare your Company for the Charitable Status Application

Applying for Charitable Status

By Ashley Coakley, 20th June 2022 The Charities Regulator, which maintains the Register of Charities in Ireland, accepts applications for Charitable Status and ensures registered charities are compliant with the law, primarily the Charities Act 2009 and the Charities Governance Code. When deciding whether a Charitable Status application is right for your company, the following […]

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