Welcome to John E Hughes & Co.
John E Hughes & Co. is a progressive firm of Chartered Accountants and Registered Auditors authorised by Chartered Accountants Ireland to carry out company audit work. In today's ever changing world, clients need to be confident their financial affairs are in good hands. At John E Hughes & Co this confidence is gained by our personal approach to your finances and from the results achieved by our advice and recommendations. In the current complex business environment getting the right advice can mean the difference between success and failure. Legally, anyone can call themselves an accountant. The tried and tested way to be sure your accountant is suitably qualified is to use a Chartered Accountant. Whether you are just starting up in business, expanding it or considering retirement, John E Hughes & Co. will be able to advise you on the financial and taxation implications of each step along the way. We are not just focused on your compliance requirements but will also work closely with you to grow and plan your business for the future.
You deserve personal attention and prompt service and it would be a pleasure to discuss how we may serve your business. Our business is your business. Please contact us to arrange a FREE FIRST CONSULTATION and we will be happy to discuss your requirements and provide a quotation.
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Inflation rate rises to 1.1% in November –...December 13, 2019
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NCC warns cost of public liability insurance...December 12, 2019
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Fed holds rates steady, expects moderate economic...December 12, 2019
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ESRI in warning over corporation tax windfall...December 12, 2019
The ESRI has warned that any reduction in windfall levels of corporation tax will have a significant impact on the public finances, which could require the Government to implement austerity policies. Because of this danger,...
US was country’s biggest export market in...December 11, 2019
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US trade offensive takes out WTO as globalDecember 11, 2019
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