Starting a new business is almost everyone’s dream. With proper planning and vision, you can start building your dream company. If you are interested in starting a business in Ireland, there are certain rules and regulations that you need to be taken care of.
This articles explains some of the most common queries people asked over the internet before starting a business in Ireland.
Of course you are eligible to start your own business in Ireland provided you satisfy the government’s rules and regulations. Ireland is a complete business friendly country and if you follow the rules, then setting up your company is simple and easy. Non-EEA nationals are also entitled to start businesses in Ireland with permission from the respective authorities.
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Forming a company in Ireland has to be done exactly with the business laws here. ou can form a company without purchasing a bond if there one at least one director who lives in an EEA-state, like Ireland. On the other hand, if there two directors and they both live in a non-EEA country, then you have to purchase a bond before setting up a Limited Company in Ireland.
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Starting a business in Ireland is simple and easy if you are aware of the country’s rules and regulations. To summarize, here are the most important steps that you need to consider while starting a new business in Ireland.
1. Choose a physical location for your business
2. Create/collect all the required documents and other necessary information
3. Filing your business with the CRO (Companies Registration Office)
4. Open a business bank account
5. Issue a company seal
6. Register for taxes with the Revenue Commissioners
Being a foreigner (a non-EU/EEA and non-Swiss national), you have to apply for permission under the Immigration Investor Programme and Start Up Entrepreneur Programme to start a business in Ireland. A 12-month immigration permission is available for foreign national entrepreneurs attending incubators or innovation bootcamps in Ireland to allow them to prepare a STEP application.
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This entirely depends on the nature of your business.
One of the notable differences is that Sole Traders are personally liable to the debts of the business. Personal assets, such as your house and car, can potentially be used to pay your creditors. On the other hand, Limited Companies are separate legal entities. This means that your potential creditors can only claim against the assets of your company.
Each business structure had its own pros and cons that you need to consider before making a decision. You will also have the option to start as a sole trader and then convert to a Limited Company in the future.
Any business if you do on a practical and future-oriented approach will most probably end up on a successful note. So it is not about the choice of business but about the location, market segment, experience, and the financial stability that relies upon.
Selling high-quality Irish food products, service-oriented business options, tourism sector are so of the handpicked new business options in Ireland.
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Setting up an office in your home is legally permitted in Ireland. If your business has any impact on your neighbours, then you need to apply for permission from the local council to run a business from your home. Health and safety considerations are also needed to be taken care of if you have people working for you at your home.
Sole traders in Ireland are subjected to pay their personal Income taxes with the rates of 20-40% income tax on all their profits calculated after the expenses, plus USC and PRSI charges. You could be subject to up to 52% tax depending on your income.
Having a qualified accountant will always be an added advantage in terms of your money management and taking care of your financial obligations. If you are so confident that you can deal with each and everything on your own then the choice is yours to make. But unless you have an accountant/ you will never know how your business is benefited.
Sole traders do not have to file accounts with a public body. However, they should prepare their balance sheet and profit & loss account each year. Maintaining proper records enables you to manage your business, but also provides an audit trail for tax purposes.
Before you think about the grants, make sure you have drafted your detailed business plan for presentation purposes.
If the company you are building has an employee strength of less than 10, then you can check with Microfinance Ireland for loans. A normal commercially viable proposal range from €2,000 to €25,000 approximately.
Also, there is an employer incentive that encourages and rewards employers called JobsPlus. This has now replaced the Revenue Job Assist and the Employer Job (PRSI) Exemption Schemes.
You can also voucher up to €2,500 under the Trading Online Voucher Scheme. To avail of this, you have to prove that you have a credible plan for trading online.
The vouchers are targeted at businesses with the following profile:
1. Limited or no e-commerce presence;
2. 10 or less employees;
3. Turnover less than €2m;
4. Applicant business must be trading for at least 6 Months
5. Business must be located in the area covered by the LEO to whom they make their application i.e. LEOs cannot accept applications from businesses located outside their jurisdiction.
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TASC Accountants has been pioneers in company formation services with a supreme experience of more than 15 years. We are continuously helping our clients to understand each and every step of the company formation process in Ireland and form their dream venture. With all those accumulated knowledge we are consolidated the most frequently asked questions by our clients before starting a new business in Ireland.
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When you start registering your business on your own, you may feel confused during the process. TASC Accountants has been in this industry for the past 10+ years and when you set up your company with us, we will allot you a dedicated team of experts through the incorporation process. This team will focus on giving a real stress-free assistance throughout the process and help you to overcome all the hassles and complete your incorporation process successfully within a minimum time frame.