Welcome to Manning & Co. Accountants
At Manning & Co we are committed to providing a personal and first class service. We work closely with all of our clients and make ourselves available all year round to offer advice on problems encountered and also proactive advice on how you can improve your business and personal finances. In today’s complex financial and business world, everyone needs reliable, professional help managing their personal and business finances. Today’s business environment is fast moving, complex, and highly competitive. Business owners need the support of professionals who provide on-time, effective solutions to help their business move forward, We aim to provide such a service.
What makes us better is our willingness to go one step further by offering our clients a value-added personal and professional service that surpasses their expectations.
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Bill to ban employers from using tips for...June 14, 2019
Bill to ban employers from using tips for workers’ pay The Government is preparing legislation that would ban employers in the service industry from using tips to help pay workers’ wages and require businesses to display their policies on tipping. It follows criticism of some businesses that were not allowing staff to take home theRead More...
Major Irish firms claim significant progress on...June 14, 2019
Major Irish firms claim significant progress on carbon reduction target A new report claims that 47 major Irish firms have already made significant progress in meeting a carbon reduction target initially set for 2030. The pledge was made as part of the Business in the Community Ireland group – and sees the likes of Diageo,Read More...
Ireland will be worst-hit by US tariffs, says IMFJune 14, 2019
Ireland will be worst-hit by US tariffs, says IMF The Irish economy will be hit three times harder than Germany and worse than any other developed nation if the US imposes a blanket trade tariff, the IMF has warned. A new study from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) put Ireland top of a list ofRead More...
3.3% rise in goods handled – in and out...June 13, 2019
3.3% rise in goods handled – in and out – of Irish ports New figures from the Central Statistics Office reveal that Irish ports handled 55.1 million tonnes of goods last year, an increase of 3.3% on the previous year. Total goods forwarded from Irish ports amounted to 18 million tonnes, a slight increase ofRead More...
Fiscal Council issues warning over...June 13, 2019
Fiscal Council issues warning over Government’s budget plans The Government will have just €600 million to either increase spending or reduce taxes in October’s budget once existing commitments are taken into account, the State’s independent finance watchdog says. According to the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council (IFAC), if the Government sticks to its plans, a totalRead More...
Average annual earnings rise by 3.3% to €38,871...June 12, 2019
Average annual earnings rise by 3.3% to €38,871 in 2018 Average annual earnings increased by 3.3% to €38,871 in 2018 from €37,637 in 2017, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show. The CSO said this compares to an annual increase of 1.9% in 2017 from €36,933 in 2016. Today’s figures show that average annualRead More...
Sterling bounces off five-month low against the...June 12, 2019
Sterling bounces off five-month low against the euro after April pay data Sterling pulled away from five-month lows against the euro today after UK wages in the three months to April rose faster than expected. The pound has been on the backfoot in recent weeks as investors sit on the sidelines while the contest toRead More...
Hoteliers call for urgent action on...June 11, 2019
Hoteliers call for urgent action on ‘unsustainable’ insurance costs 62% of hoteliers have seen further increases in their insurance costs over the last 12 months, according to the Irish Hotels Federation. The Irish Hotels Federation said its research shows the average increase in premiums was 28%, with the latest hike coming after substantial increases inRead More...