Accountancy Services and Tax Advice for the SME Sector
Welcome to Kelly Rahill & Company!
We are a firm of Chartered Certified Accountants, Taxation Consultants & Business Advisers; based in Cavan. With over 30 years of experience and expertise we have built a reputation for being a progressive, highly reliable and innovative accountancy practise.
Kelly Rahill offers you a comprehensive financial and accountancy service, that goes beyond ensuring compliance, to add value to your business. We provide all of our clients with a personal and pro-active service and make ourselves available all year round to offer advice on problems encountered and on how to improve your business and personal finances.
Debt costs up for business despite ECB rate-cut...June 27, 2019
Debt costs up for business despite ECB rate-cut talk Borrowing costs for small and mid-sized businesses in Ireland increased in the first three months of the year, despite the wider speculation in the economy that interest rates will fall. Irish SMEs already pay some of the highest borrowing costs in Europe. The latest Central BankRead More...
Road freight tonnage increased by 1.4% in 2018June 27, 2019
Road freight tonnage increased by 1.4% in 2018 A total of 149.2 million tonnes of goods was transported by road last year, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show, an increase of 1.4% on the 2017 total. But the CSO said that activity measured as weight by distance was 11,445 tonne-kilometres in 2018, aRead More...
Bank of Ireland’s chief finance officer to...June 27, 2019
Bank of Ireland’s chief finance officer to step down Bank of Ireland has announced that its chief financial officer, Andrew Keating, is to leave the bank. Mr Keating, who has worked at the bank since 2004, is set to take up a “senior finance role” in an “international organisation outside the financial services sector”, theRead More...
Ireland runs risk of austerity-era spending cuts,...June 26, 2019
Ireland runs risk of austerity-era spending cuts, economist to warn politicians Politicians will be warned today that Ireland runs the risk of austerity-era spending cuts if it continues with existing expenditure plans. Stephen Kinsella, Associate Professor of Economics at University of Limerick, will address the Budget Oversight Committee on the same day as the GovernmentRead More...
UK car industry warns next PM no-deal Brexit is...June 26, 2019
UK car industry warns next PM no-deal Brexit is not an option Britain’s car industry has warned the next prime minister against a “seismic” no-deal Brexit in October, which it said could add billions of pounds in tariffs and cause border disruption, crippling the sector. Boris Johnson, the frontrunner to succeed Theresa May, and hisRead More...
Government to borrow to cushion impact of hard...June 26, 2019
Government to borrow to cushion impact of hard Brexit October’s Budget will involve a package worth €2.8 billion, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said as he published the Government’s Summer Economic Statement. However, €2.1 billion of that is already committed to current and capital spending plans, which leaves just €700m to be allocated on budgetRead More...
Report suggests new agri-food area for Ireland,June 25, 2019
Report suggests new agri-food area for Ireland, UK A new shared food safety and animal health area taking in the island of Ireland and the island of Great Britain as a whole should be created to prevent the Irish backstop taking effect, according to a report by a UK non-government body of MPs, academics, tradeRead More...
Second-hand property prices continue to drop in...June 25, 2019
Second-hand property prices continue to drop in Dublin – survey Second-hand property prices in Dublin have decreased by an average of €4,500 in the past three months, a survey has found. The Real Estate Alliance survey found the average house price for a three-bed semi-detached house in Dublin stands at €433,000, for the second quarterRead More...