Tag Archives: Business exit planning

Should I Stay or Should I Go Now?

Should I Stay or Should I Go Now? Should I stay or should I go now? If I go, there will be trouble And if I stay it will be double So come on and let me know [The Clash] Last week we looked at excess cash in your company when transferring shares. In case

Tax Strategy For Your Business – Part 3

The Olympics are over. Worse still both Kilkenny and Waterford are gone out of the hurling. All is not lost as we have 1000 live games on Sky Sports, Premier Sports & BT Sport. And that’s only soccer. An average of 3 games a day at 2 hours per game! There will be no more

Entrepreneurs Relief – Yes And No

Hello there from Tramore. I won’t lie it’s not the sunny southeast today. There are a few blackbirds huddled outside the window here, taking shelter. There are grumblings about the wind, the rain, and the expectation of Summer weather. Waiting to pounce for the rich pickings in the garden below. We took a spin up

An Introduction to Holding Companies In Ireland

It’s a gorgeous day here in Tramore. A bit of a nip in the air but beautiful sunshine. The seagulls seem happier and some early morning walkers are enjoying a stroll on the prom. What a feast of rugby we had last weekend. Some unreal performances from Henshaw, Beirne, Conan, and Sexton to give us

Disposing of your Business – Company Liquidation

We have to give CJ Stander a mention. He announced his retirement in a dignified and understated manner. He could continue to play for another few years and earn great money. But for him, it isn’t about the money but a desire to return to his family in South Africa. Us ordinary Joes view the

Options To Exit My Business – Part 2

I am meandering my way through Sean Gallagher’s book ‘Secrets to Success’. The book is excellent. The focus is on the success stories of many Irish businesses that we know something about, but not a lot. I recently read about Done Deal. It was set up in 2005 by Fred Karlsson and his wife Geraldine

Options To Exit My Business – Part 1

It’s a nice calm day in Tramore. Although there is a lonely wave or two creeping over the prom wall. Waiting to engulf an unsuspecting passerby. The Metalman is visible and surveying the bay for early morning swimmers. All that is missing is a whistle and a warning light to assume the role of an

Business Owners – Tax Tips for 2021

We are almost there where we can say goodbye to one of the worst months ever. Adios January we won’t miss you. Apart from the extension to level 5 until March let’s hope that February will be a better month. We need to get the small ones back to school and if we can continue