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
The site is updated regularly with industry and practice news.
Digital advertising spend outstrips TV in US as...August 15, 2018
Spend on digital advertising has overtaken that of television in the United States for the first time. Last year, internet advertising revenues in the United States hit $88bn (€77bn), an increase of 21pc on the previous year, according to the latest ‘Internet Advertising Revenue’ report from professional services firm PwC and the Interactive Advertising BureauRead More...
China vows to control debt despite fresh stimulus...August 15, 2018
China’s state planner pledged on Wednesday to keep debt levels under control even as Beijing rolls out fresh stimulus to support the stumbling economy as a trade war with the US deepens. The comments by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) came a day after China reported surprisingly weak data that showed investment growthRead More...
Fexco acquires London’s largest specialist...August 15, 2018
Kerry-based fintech company Fexco has acquired London’s leading retail foreign exchange company Thomas Exchange Global (TEG). It is understood that the acquisition is valued at around £10m (€11.2m). TEG has over one million customers across its 15 branches in London. The deal, the company’s eight acquisition in the UK since 2012, means that Fexco nowRead More...
How to manage €13,000 bill for child’s...August 13, 2018
Parents of the 120,000 students who get their Leaving Cert results this Wednesday are facing a bill of as much as €12,800 to put their child through their first year in college. It currently costs €12,828 a year to put a child through college – if he or she is living away from home andRead More...
Brexit negotiations face crunch issuesAugust 13, 2018
Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU are due to reconvene on Thursday in Brussels. The European Union is signalling that it wants to make September a decisive month in the divorce negotiations, while British Prime Minister Theresa May is more in favour of a late-autumn deadline. The talks are expected to continue onRead More...
Construction growth raises building costsAugust 13, 2018
Ireland’s construction sector is now growing so fast that shortages of some building materials and services are being reported. That’s led to higher prices for steel, insulation and transport. The latest Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI), which tracks the country’s building activity, rose to 60.7 in July from 58.4 in June. Any readingRead More...
Explainer: Why families will pay €300 extra for...August 10, 2018
Householders face paying an extra €300 this winter for oil to fuel their heating systems. A surge in the cost of home heating oil and the price of petrol and diesel have pushed up the inflation rate to its highest level in more than a year. The cost of filling an oil tank has goneRead More...
Doubts grow about Musk’s drive to take...August 10, 2018
Doubts about Elon Musk’s ability to take Tesla private mounted across Wall Street yesterday, wiping out the gains reaped from his initial tweet floating the idea. The stock plunged as much as 4.6pc to $353.33, below where it was trading two days ago and well off the $420 at which Mr Musk said shareholders wouldRead More...