Welcome to Pat Carroll & Company
Pat Carroll & Company is authorised by the Institute of Chartered Accountant in Ireland to carry out investment advice and to carry out audit work in Ireland, Northern Ireland and Great Britain. We can help to reduce your time on administration.
This, in turn allows you to concentrate on your key business objectives, run your business, increase sales and meet your customers objectives. Let us take the ‘hassle factor’ out of your accounting and book-keeping. At Pat Carroll & Company we offer a substantial accounts service for sole traders, partnership and limited liability companies. Read more..
Irish bank shares and sterling hit amid Brexit...25th March 2019
Irish bank shares and sterling hit amid Brexit political chaos Irish bank shares and the pound fell sharply yesterday as investors confronted the possibility of a no-deal Brexit. With Ireland’s economy significantly exposed to a no-deal scenario, Permanent TSB lost almost 6.5pc, AIB lost 5.35pc and Bank of Ireland lost 4.87pc – all serving to […]Read More...
‘Challenging’ year on the energy market,...25th March 2019
‘Challenging’ year on the energy market, according to ESB ESB delivered “satisfactory results” in 2018 in what was a challenging year on the energy market, according to the company’s chief financial officer. ESB reported an operating profit of €455m last year, and invested €1.2 billion in long term electricity infrastructure as part of its brighter […]Read More...
Business people buying almost 25% of Irish...25th March 2019
Business people buying almost 25% of Irish farmland – report Almost 25% of farmland sold in 2018 was bought by business people, the Irish Farmers Journal Agricultural Land Price Report for 2018 shows. Almost 7,800 acres of farmland was bought by business people in 2018, out of a total of 31,687 acres – amounting to […]Read More...
Oil prices fall despite tighter global supply22nd March 2019
Oil prices fall despite tighter global supply Oil prices fell yesterday, dragged down by concerns about global economic growth as the US-China trade dispute rumbled on, but receiving some support from tightened supply. International Brent crude oil futures were at $67.35 a barrel at lunchtime in London, down 26 cents, or 0.38pc. US West Texas […]Read More...
New mortgage lending increased to nearly €9bn...22nd March 2019
New mortgage lending increased to nearly €9bn last year New mortgage lending in the Republic rose by €1 billion to nearly €9 billion last year, according to the Central Bank. This was the largest annual increase since 2009. However, the annual total remains low by historical standards. Prior to the crash, new mortgage lending hit […]Read More...
Revenue sets sights on value of private shares22nd March 2019
Revenue sets sights on value of private shares Revenue is plotting a crackdown on shareholders of private companies who undervalue their stakes in tax returns. The rules on valuation apply to all unquoted companies – whether it is a large entity operating on a grey market, or a local sweetshop owned by a company. Without […]Read More...
Household debt shrinks to 2003 levels but...21st March 2019
Household debt shrinks to 2003 levels but economic risk remains Even though household and company debt remain high by international standards, they have fallen sharply and may now be in line with the underlying fundamentals of the economy, according to the Department of Finance. Yesterday’s report did warn that in the event of a downturn […]Read More...
Deutsche and Commerzbank consider merger cuts as...21st March 2019
Deutsche and Commerzbank consider merger cuts as talks enter endgame Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank are now getting down to the finer details of just how a takeover could actually work. With talks expected to last at least four weeks, there’s a mountain of thorny detail to work through. Cost cuts – and where to make […]Read More...