types of companies

Company creation in Ireland vs. other EC Countries

When registering a company, the destination choice does not only depend on the bureaucracy involved. It also encompasses the operating conditions the business will have to face in the future as well as its legal obligations to the authorities. Selecting between Ireland and other EC countries involves looking over the benefits the Republic of Ireland has to offer compared to its counterparts.
 

Company creation in Ireland vs. other EC Countries

When registering a company, the destination choice does not only depend on the bureaucracy involved. It also encompasses the operating conditions the business will have to face in the future as well as its legal obligations to the authorities. Selecting between Ireland and other EC countries involves looking over the benefits the Republic of Ireland has to offer compared to its counterparts.
 

Schemes for self-employed non-EEA nationals In Ireland

The legal requirements for opening a sole trading company in Ireland are different for individuals outside the EU, the EEA and Switzerland compared to Irish nationals. In order to obtain authorization to remain in Ireland for a period longer than three months, non-EEA nationals have to get permission in the form of a stamp attached to the applicant’s passport or a residence permit.
Immigration permission

VAT registration In Ireland

Every legal business entity operating in Ireland is obliged to pay VAT, save for a few businesses and individuals who are exempted; fishers, farmers and a few others. VAT is added on to the value of services or products at each stage of production or distribution. It’s rather a clever structure set up by governments to make companies unpaid tax collectors. The upside to VAT is that if your business is VAT registered, you can claim a VAT credit from the Irish Revenue for the tax you paid to other VAT registered entities. Sadly final consumers can only pay VAT but they cannot claim it.