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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Ireland sees 12% increase in brand value –...October 16, 2019
Ireland sees 12% increase in brand value – survey Ireland has recorded a 12% increase in brand value over the past year to bring its total to $604 billion. This is according to the latest report by Brand Finance, which ranks the 100 most valuable and strongest nation brands every year. Brand Finance said thatRead More...
Fear of ‘difficult’ tenants driving...October 16, 2019
Fear of ‘difficult’ tenants driving landlords out of market – RTB The chairman designate of the Residential Tenancies Board has said the fear of difficult tenants is one of the reasons why “accidental” landlords are getting out of the market. Speaking to the Oireachtas Housing Committee, Tom Dunne said some landlords are “vulnerable” and heRead More...
Activity in construction industry sees first...October 15, 2019
Activity in construction industry sees first slowdown in 6 years Activity in the construction sector contracted for the the first time in over six years in September, Ulster Bank’s latest Purchasing Manager’s Index reveals. The PMI fell to 48.3 in September, a significant drop from 53.7 recorded in August. Any figure under 50 signals aRead More...
Dublin market heading for big gain on BrexitOctober 15, 2019
Dublin market heading for big gain on Brexit hopes Dublin’s ISEQ index is on track for its biggest one-day percentage gain this year, soaring more than 230 points (3.7%) this evening, boosted by optimism that a Brexit deal can be reached. After holding talks yesterday in the UK, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and British Prime MinisterRead More...
China imports, exports down in September as...October 15, 2019
China imports, exports down in September as growth cools China’s imports and exports fell more than expected in September, official data showed today, as US tariffs and cooling demand at home and abroad hit trade in the world’s second largest economy. Globally, China’s exports dropped 3.2% in September from the same period last year, whileRead More...
Irish mortgage rates still higher than euro zone...October 14, 2019
Irish mortgage rates still higher than euro zone average New figures from the Central Bank show that Irish mortgage holders continue to pay the second highest interest rates in the euro zone. The average interest rate on all new mortgages issued here in August stood at 2.99%, down two basis points since the beginning ofRead More...
Tech tariffs may spark retaliation from ChinaOctober 11, 2019
Tech tariffs may spark retaliation from China China has signalled it intends to hit back after the Trump administration placed eight of the country’s technology giants on a blacklist over alleged human rights violations against Muslim minorities. Asked yesterday whether China would retaliate over the blacklist, foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told reporters “stay tuned”.Read More...
Manufacturer slowdown starts to hit jobs marketOctober 11, 2019
Manufacturer slowdown starts to hit jobs market Jobs growth in manufacturing stalled for the first time since 2016 this month. A fourth consecutive month of weaker manufacturing conditions has started to feed through to weaker hiring data, according to a survey. AIB’s Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index showed a drop in new orders led to aRead More...