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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EU debt levels up in 2018 but debt-to-GDP ratio...April 24, 2019
EU debt levels up in 2018 but debt-to-GDP ratio down Government debt levels rose in the European Union last year, according to Eurostat, but economic expansion in the region pushed the overall debt-to-GDP ratio down. The countries that use the euro had a combined debt of €9.86 trillion in 2018, up €99 billion (1%) year-on-year.Read More...
Less than half of all employees have a private...April 24, 2019
Less than half of all employees have a private pension – CSO Less than half of all employees in Ireland were saving towards a pension last year, according to the Central Statistics Office. Its survey of pension coverage in the third quarter of 2018 found that 47.1% of all people in employment were contributing towardsRead More...
Housing completions up by over a fifth in first...April 24, 2019
Housing completions up by over a fifth in first three months Housing completions were up by over a fifth in the first three months of 2019, according to Goodbody’s Housebuilding Tracker. It uses Building Energy Regulation (BER) data to compile its figures. The official data tracks electricity connection figures. According to Goodbody’s figures, 4,255 residentialRead More...
Government’s €300m Brexit funding scheme...April 23, 2019
Government’s €300m Brexit funding scheme for SMEs opens Small and medium sized businesses here, as well as farmers, can now apply for loans under the Government’s Future Loan Scheme. The initiative aims to support strategic long-term investment in the post-Brexit environment where financing options may be restricted. Money borrowed can be use for a varietyRead More...
Home improvements and energy upgrades drive...April 23, 2019
Home improvements and energy upgrades drive €2.47 billion spend Irish homeowners have spent a total of €2.471 billion through the Home Renovation Incentive since its launch in 2013. The scheme, which concluded at the end of last year, facilitated homeowners in carrying out nearly 150,000 home improvement projects over the last four years. The projectsRead More...
Euro zone businesses started second quarter with...April 23, 2019
Euro zone businesses started second quarter with tepid growth – PMI Euro zone businesses started the second quarter on the back foot, with growth unexpectedly slowing again as demand barely rose despite more modest price rises, surveys showed today. The data comes a week after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi raised the prospect ofRead More...
Ibec expects employment growth to slow down in...April 18, 2019
Ibec expects employment growth to slow down in 2019 The organisation representing employers here has warned the biggest challenge facing business is the ongoing capacity constraints in the labour market. Ibec says the shortages will cause growth in employment to slow this year as the economy approaches full employment and firms struggle to fill vacancies.Read More...
Central Bank seeks extra power to force banks to...April 18, 2019
Central Bank seeks extra power to force banks to further increase their capital The Governor of the Central Bank has written to the Minister for Finance asking him to put in place measures that would enable the regulator to force banks to hold more capital if systemic risks increase. Philip Lane said the extra capitalRead More...