Welcome to Ansell Ryan Young Accountants, Business Consultants and Tax Advisors
Today, financial transactions of large, medium and small enterprises are under a significantly higher degree of scrutiny by regulatory authorities such as the Financial Services Authority.
With over 25 years of experience and expertise, our team at Ansell Ryan Young Accountants offers you a comprehensive suite of financial and accountancy services that go beyond ensuring compliance to add value to your business as one of the leading accountancy firms in Leinster.
Once nearly invisible to clients and customers, a firm’s accounting practices today are the focus of good business and a firm that does not invest in sound accounting and financial services, stands to lose its clients, partners and even regulatory approvals to carry on operations. Read More
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Household debt shrinks to 2003 levels but...March 21, 2019
Household debt shrinks to 2003 levels but economic risk remains Even though household and company debt remain high by international standards, they have fallen sharply and may now be in line with the underlying fundamentals of the economy, according to the Department of Finance. Yesterday’s report did warn that in the event of a downturnRead More...
Deutsche and Commerzbank consider merger cuts as...March 21, 2019
Deutsche and Commerzbank consider merger cuts as talks enter endgame Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank are now getting down to the finer details of just how a takeover could actually work. With talks expected to last at least four weeks, there’s a mountain of thorny detail to work through. Cost cuts – and where to makeRead More...
‘American selfishness on trade’...March 21, 2019
‘American selfishness on trade’ criticised by EU EUROPEAN Commission vice-president Jyrki Katainen said on Tuesday that Washington’s “selfish” approach to trade was not sustainable, but it was too early to say that EU-US trade talks were doomed to fail. The Trump administration has imposed stiff tariffs on US imports of steel and aluminium and setRead More...
UK jobs growth surges as labour market defies...March 20, 2019
UK jobs growth surges as labour market defies Brexit UK employers increased their hiring at the fastest pace in more than three years in the three months to January as the country’s labour market defied the broader weakness in the overall economy as Brexit approached. The number of people in work surged by 222,000, helpingRead More...
Banks fight thousands of disputed tracker casesMarch 20, 2019
Banks fight thousands of disputed tracker cases Thousands of tracker cases continue to be disputed by banks, despite the scandal dragging on for a decade now. An additional 8,700 cases in three different banks are being disputed by the lenders. If the banks eventually have to concede on these it will take the total numberRead More...
Taoiseach hosts talks with Tusk as Brexit deal...March 20, 2019
Taoiseach hosts talks with Tusk as Brexit deal deadline looms Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is meeting European Council President Donald Tusk in Dublin with just ten days left before Brexit, but with no deal in sight. Mr Tusk and Mr Varadkar shook hands on the steps of Government Buildings, but declined to comment to waiting media.Read More...
Ireland outpaces EU average again with 6.7pc GDP...March 18, 2019
ECONOMIC growth came in at 6.7pc in 2018, and although it slowed in the second half of last year, Ireland has experienced the most rapid growth of any eurozone country since 2014.Read More...
Mortgage arrears dip as court repossessions fall...March 18, 2019
MORTGAGE arrears figures from the Central Bank show another fall in the overall numbers behind on their payments.Read More...