News & Reports

Brian Denn ACCA B.Agr.Sc. appointed IFAC Blarney Branch Manager

Brian Denn is a Chartered Certified Accountant and holder of a bachelor’s degree in agricultural science from the University of Aberystwyth (Wales). Brian joins IFAC from FDC Accountants having held the position of FDC Branch Manager. Prior to embarking on his accountancy career, Brian was a REPS Planner, and a Technical Sales Manager with Denn Feeds. Brian will utilise his agricultural, accounting and taxation skillset …

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New Manager in IFAC Templemore

Billy Holland is a qualified accountant and member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland. Billy joined IFAC in early 2012 and became a key member of our IFAC Portlaoise team. Billy trained with a well known and respected Leinster firm prior to joining IFAC, he has extensive experience in farm, sole trader, partnership and limited company accounts and taxation. We wish Billy …

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New Office in Tullamore

Pictured at the opening is Willie Fahey IFAC CEO, Seumus O’Brien IFAC Chairman, Justin McCarthy Editor Irish Farmers Journal, James Farrell IFAC Branch Manager Tullamore.

IFAC Accountants have a new home in Tullamore at 19 O’Carroll Street. IFAC Tullamore has been providing services to the people of Counties Offaly and Westmeath since 1979. The Branch was previously located in Patrick Street. Ample on street parking …

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Double Income Tax Deduction for Carbon Tax

Farmers will be allowed a double income tax deduction for increased costs arising from the increase in farm diesel which came into effect on 1st May 2012. The question is – how will it be calculated? Will it mean having to take each individual invoice and calculate the increased cost by comparing the pre and post 1st May 2012 prices?

If so, the calculation of …

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