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.
June 19, 2018
A new property search engine, Perfect Property, has revealed the budget of the average house hunter in Dublin. According to the site, the average house hunter in Dublin has a budget of €315,000 for their prospective home. However, there are some exceptions, with 4pc of Dubliners having a budget of €1m and 1pc having aRead More...
Nama surplus for taxpayers forecast to reach...June 19, 2018
Nama will deliver a €4.5bn surplus over its life – around €1bn more than its own latest estimates, according to Investec. Last year the State’s bad bank redeemed the last of its €32bn startup costs, so the balance left when it is wound up will be returned to taxpayers and in effect goes to reduceRead More...
Tesla plans to cut 9pc of workforce, says MuskJune 14, 2018
Elon Musk’s electric car maker Tesla is cutting about 9pc of its workforce, Mr Musk said yesterday, as it seeks to reduce costs without endangering the critical ramp up of production of its Model 3 sedan. Tweeting pictures of an email he said had been leaked to media, Mr Musk said that the cuts wereRead More...
‘Do you have that fiver for me?’...June 14, 2018
We’ve all been there – a tenner borrowed here, a fiver owed there. It can be hard to keep track when you owe it – and mortifying to have to ask for it back when you don’t. Digital payments giant PayPal thinks it has the answer. It is throwing down the gauntlet by scrapping feesRead More...
Irish Ferries to take further hit of €4m...June 13, 2018
The announcement from Irish Ferries operator ICG of another delay to the delivery of the W.B. Yeats ship is set to hit earnings at the company by a further €4m – €5m, according to Davy analysts. The group had already taken a hit of €2.5m in lost revenue from cancellations announced earlier this year. OnRead More...
Malin hits a new all-time low with State downJune 13, 2018
Shares in State-backed Malin hit an all-time low yesterday to leave taxpayers nursing a loss of 30pc on the initial investment. Malin’s shares lost 3.45pc in trading yesterday to close at €7, and at one stage plunged below €7 for the first time to hit €6.60. The State’s Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) invested €50mRead More...
Bank of Ireland overhaul bill soars to €1.4bnJune 13, 2018
Bank of Ireland will pump an extra €500m into an annual “transformation programme” aimed at improving its business systems and overhauling its software platform as the lender attempts to reduce costs and drive efficiencies over the next three years. The additional cash brings the total investment outlay from 2016-2021 to €1.4bn. According to a muchRead More...
Dollar rise as Trump and Kim sign...June 12, 2018
The dollar hovered near 3-week highs on Tuesday and Asian shares gained as US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a ‘comprehensive’ deal at a historic summit aimed at the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula. Trump said the process of denuclearisation would happen “very, very quickly”, adding he had formedRead More...