Deloitte Private Matters archive
The July 2018 edition of Deloitte Private Matters features articles from the Deloitte Forensic team on how to spot possible fraud in your organisation and how the next generation of family business leaders are approaching their business relationships in new ways to drive value. In addition, we identify key areas that need support within the Irish tech sector, we discuss implementing effective cyber threat management and the key insights from our latest CFO report.
The April 2018 edition of Deloitte Private Matters features articles on the Deloitte Private global survey and how optimistic Irish businesses are about the future, we discuss the 8 M&A assumptions Irish SMEs should be testing, and we look at impacts of Brexit and why your business should be planning for maximum change.
Feature articles on Corporate Insolvencies, Research & Development funding and insights from our recent survey of Entrepreneurs on their views of the Irish Tax system. Highlights in relation to Finance Bill 2017, how to make your company attractive for M&A activities and features on our Fast 50 and Best Managed Companies programs are also included.
Features articles on the impact of the Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 on financial statements, Deloitte views and predications ahead of the Budget 2018 announcement in the coming weeks, the key trends identified by our human capital team in the Irish market and how to fund growth in a business with debt.
Features articles on the Companies (Accounting) Act 2017, as well as an update on Brexit focusing on the potential effects of the re-introduction of borders. We also provide insight on the Deloitte Ireand's upcomming 10th annual Best Managed Companies and how to apply.
Features articles on the importance of businesses considering foreign payroll traps resulting from UK business trips, a practical guide to VAT compliance and an overview of the residential development funding landscape in Ireland.
Features articles on farming partnerships and corporate restructuring, as well as an update in relation the Irish construction sector. We also include the first of a three-part series of articles on the impact of the BEPS Project for private clients.
Features articles on managing your money, the implications of the Common Reporting Standard for trusts, and best practice tips for employers. We also include the second in the three-part series of articles on the impact of the BEPS Project for private clients.
Features articles on the status of the Irish M&A landscape, the implications of Brexit for alternative lenders, the upcoming companies conversion deadline and dealing with your personal tax affairs.
Features articles on successful expansion by Irish companies into new markets, changes in the role of human resources in organisations, a practical review of the criteria to be met to qualify for the research & development tax credit and an overview of the changes to the Revenue appeals process.
Features articles on important matters for Irish Companies including action required under the new Companies Act that is expected to commence on 1 June 2015 and changes required to companies financial reporting regime in relation to the introduction of the new Irish GAAP regime.
Features articles on the challenges for private companies adopting FRS 102 ‘The Financial Reporting Standard applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland’, transactions and trends in the hotel and licensed trade industry, inheritance tax issues for international estates and the electronic notification system deadline of 2 July 2015 for personal fund thresholds .We also enclose our regular personal deposit rates comparative schedule.
Features articles on succession issues for European estates, the Companies Act 2014, how to bolster your cyber-security, accelerated capital allowances, and pension contributions in light of recent investment market volatility.
Feature articles on the results of our 2015 Private Business Report, measuring data quality and on directors’ duties under the Companies Act, among others.
In the March 2014 edition of private matters you will find insightful Deloitte commentary on a wide variety of topics including whether the CEOs of charities should disclose their remuneration, taxation issues facing company directors and using tax depreciation to reduce your tax bill.
In the June 2014 edition of private matters you will find insightful Deloitte commentary on a variety of topics including, property investment and your pension, the new rules on examinerships for SMEs and 5 steps to successful financial planning.
In the September 2014 edition of Private Matters you will find insightful Deloitte commentary on a variety of topics including the new electronic notification system for Pension Fund Thresholds and the benefits of financial risk assessment for both clients and advisors. We will also look at some pre-budget planning and the key changes relevant for both companies and directors with the upcoming enactment of the new Companies Bill.
The December edition of Private Matters includes insight into how businesses can generate value from data capture through the use of data analytics. We also look at the tax issues to be considered when making investments and in particular focuses on the tax treatment of offshore funds. There is also insightful Deloitte commentary around Philanthropy matters and how to involve the next generation in strategic giving.
In the September 2013 edition of private matters you will find insightful Deloitte commentary on a wide variety of topics including the results of our 2013 Information Security and Cybercrime Survey and our pre-Budget publication. We also feature articles on issues arising from an increasing pension age, the importance of shareholders’ agreements and incorporating property assets, among others.
In the December 2013 edition of private matters you will find insightful Deloitte commentary on a wide variety of topics including the importance of recognition programmes, the use of discretionary trusts in succession planning, improving supply chain resilience and what to expect from the new personal insolvency legislation.