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Employment Contract in Ireland

Employment Contract in Ireland

What the legal requirements for employment in Ireland? The legal framework regulation employment in Ireland is the Terms of Employment (Information) Acts 1994-2012. An Irish company employing individuals must provide its workers a labor contract within two months from starting work relations. All employees in Ireland have the right to a minimum wage, a well-defined timetable, the payment of…
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Company Liquidation in Ireland

Company Liquidation in Ireland

Legislation on company liquidation in Ireland Company liquidation falls under the Irish Companies Act or the Principal Act of 1963. According to the Irish legislation, liquidation is defined as a terminal process where all company assets are liquidated, company creditors are paid and the company is dissolved and removed from the Trade Register’s records. Company…
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Setting up a Branch in Ireland

Setting up a Branch in Ireland

Ireland is very open towards foreign investments, offering many incentives to businessmen wanting to open a branch office. Foreign entities deciding to establish branch offices in Ireland must do so according to the EU Regulations on Branch Disclosures of 1993 that establishes the registration of branch offices in the country. It is important to know that a branch office in…
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Establish a Subsidiary in Ireland

Establish a Subsidiary in Ireland

The subsidiary is a legal form that can be created by foreign companies seeking to have a presence in the Irish market. Among its key characteristics is the fact that it must be registered as any other Irish company and will be treated the same from legal and accounting points…
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Double Tax Treaties in Ireland

Double Tax Treaties in Ireland

Taxation agreements in Ireland Many foreign companies opening subsidiaries or branch offices in another country are interested if any double taxation agreements have been signed by their resident country and the country they have opened a company in. Ireland is one of the countries with an extended network of double taxation treaties on all continents. Ireland…
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Shelf Companies in Ireland

Shelf Companies in Ireland

Those who are interested in opening a company in Ireland can register a business following the standard registration procedure, or they can opt to purchase a ready-made company. The term “ready-made company” is the same as shelf company, another way to refer to this type of business. As a general rule, this type…
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Virtual Office in Ireland

Virtual Office in Ireland

With a virtual office in Dublin or in another Irish city, your company will benefit from having a business office in a reputable business center at only a fraction of the cost of a traditional office. Our company has vast experience in company formation services and virtual office services and our team of specialists in company registration in Ireland can offer full…
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Types of Companies in Ireland

Types of Companies in Ireland

The legislation enables the creation of various types of companies in Ireland. They can take non-corporate and corporate forms, however, the second type is the most popular. Among them, the Irish private limited liability company is by far the most employed. Local and foreign investors can also set up other types…
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The General Partnership in Ireland

The General Partnership in Ireland

The Irish Partnership Act Foreign investors who intend to open companies in Ireland have a wide variety of business structures to choose from. Among the types of companies available for registration in Ireland are also partnerships. The legislation distinguishes between several types of Irish partnerships: -          general partnerships; -          limited partnerships; -          investment limited partnerships. The general…
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