Kerri O’Connell – Getting the Tax Right
6th February 2017
With the economy now in growth mode, SMEs have entered a crucial phase of decision-making and the tax implications of these decisions will have a huge impact on their long-term growth potential and sustainability. Small and Expanding Businesses: Getting the Tax Right by Kerri O’Connell is a must-read for owners and managers of small businesses and their professional advisors.
Published by Chartered Accountants Ireland, it is available in all good book shops nationwide and online at http://www.charteredaccountants.ie/books
Small and Expanding Businesses: Getting the Tax Right is an accessible, jargon-free guide to the tax issues typically encountered by small and expanding businesses in Ireland, this new book examines the tax implications of a variety of business decisions. It focuses on four main areas: payroll taxes, VAT, income tax on business profits earned by a sole trade or partnership, and corporation tax on business profits earned by companies, as these are the taxes that affect most Irish businesses. Three case studies are also included and developed throughout to illustrate and explain the tax issues with worked examples.
Kerri O’Connell is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland, an AITI Chartered Tax Advisor and a member of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (TEP). She has been advising small and medium-sized businesses in Ireland for 20 years. She trained and worked in two of the ‘Big 4’ international accounting firms and was tax partner in a medium-sized accountancy practice for 11 years. More recently, Kerri has worked in industry and is the founder of tax consulting firm, Obvio Tax Services, advising in each phase of the business cycle: start-up, expansion and sale/succession.