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Certified Public Accountants,
Registered Auditors,
Chartered Tax Advisers

We have over 25 years’ experience, we fully understand the financial, taxation and governance needs of small to medium size business.

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Expertise & Experience

Having been established over 25 years, our firm fully understands the financial, taxation and governance needs of small to medium size business, whether individual or corporate. We have the expertise and the experience to advise, whether you a are start-up or expanding your business. In addition to dealing with your compliance requirements, we are available and approachable all year round to offer advice on business matters. We welcome the opportunity to meet you and discuss your accounts, taxation and business needs.

We are regulated by the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland

Our Story

Founded by Denis J Ryan in 1994 we are a progressive firm of auditors, accountants and tax consultants, authorised by the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland, and we have been providing a wide range of services to sole traders, partnerships, professionals, not- for- profit organizations, and small to medium size companies for the past 25 years.

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Available all year round
for advice and expertise.

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