Ireland company formation

Reliable Ireland company formation provider in Dublin

Ireland has been a popular location for companies to set up shop because of its low corporate tax rates and other incentives. However, there are many challenges associated with setting up a business in Ireland. For example, the country’s strict privacy laws may prevent you from sharing information about your business with potential investors or customers. In addition, the country’s complex legal system may be difficult to navigate.

At Ireland Accountant we are dedicated to helping people start their own businesses. We provide free advice and assistance as well as access to professional accountants who can help you prepare all relevant documentation required by law before filing articles of association.

You can rely on us when it comes time to file documents such as Articles of Association, Memorandum & Articles of Association and Limited Liability Partnerships. Our team will guide you through every step of the process so that you don’t have to worry about anything once our work is complete. You’ll also receive regular updates regarding any changes to Irish legislation which could affect your business.

From company secretarial services to bookkeeping and payroll processing, we offer everything you need to get started running your new business. If you’re looking for someone to take care of administrative tasks like preparing invoices, paying bills and managing employees then look no further than Ireland Accountant.

We understand how important it is to find reliable accounting support at affordable prices. That’s why we’ve made sure that our fees reflect this fact. Furthermore, we only charge what we consider reasonable amounts for each task performed.

We’ll take care of a company seal, company name check, help you with your office address (should you require one) and every step of the company formation process in Ireland.

If you are considering registering a company in Ireland then please contact us today!

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Why choose Ireland Accountant for your company formation in Ireland?

FAQ about company formation in Ireland

There are three main types of companies in Ireland: public limited companies, private limited companies, and unincorporated associations. Public limited companies are the most common type of company in Ireland. They are also called “Ltd.” Companies are classified based on how much they are owned by shareholders. Private limited companies are owned entirely by one person or group of people. Unincorporated associations are similar to partnerships, except that they do not need to file annual returns with the government.

It can usually be done within 1 week but this depends on your accountant’s availability. The process involves filling out forms and filing them at Companies Registration Office.

Once you have filed all required documents, we will send you a confirmation email that contains details about our services along with instructions on how to pay us.

You then only need to wait until we receive payment before we start working on incorporating your new business.

The main benefit of forming a company in Ireland is that it is one of the best places to start a business. There are many advantages to starting a business in Ireland, such as low taxes, cheap office space, and a highly educated workforce. In addition, the Irish government provides funding for new businesses, which makes it easier to raise capital.

Yes! If you want to protect yourself from any liabilities after incorporation, you must register your company. It takes less than 2 weeks to complete registration. We will provide you with detailed information when we confirm your order.

Yes, you can create multiple companies under one account if needed. However, each company needs its own set of accounts so there should never be overlapping between two companies.

Yes, you can always rename your company later. Just make sure that you inform us immediately so we don’t charge extra fees.

Also, you should make sure that the proposed name doesn’t infringe any trademarks or copyrights. In addition, you are required to notify the Registrar of Companies before changing the name of your company.

We offer free consultations for clients who would like to know more about their options regarding company formations. What’s more, we actually offer free company incorporation services.

The main requirement for company registration in Ireland is to be domiciled in Ireland. This means that you must live in Ireland for at least 183 days per year. If you do not meet this requirement, then you cannot register a company in Ireland.

To register your business in Ireland, you need to fill out a form called “Form A” which is available at Once you complete Form A, you will receive a confirmation email from the Department of Business Enterprise Development (DBED). The DBED will then send you a letter confirming your registration.

You may choose to use another method instead of going through an accountant. For example, you could go online or hire a lawyer directly. But these methods might cost you money. Also, they take longer compared to hiring an accountant because lawyers require additional paperwork.

If you decide to incorporate in Ireland, you will save up to 20% on income tax. You will also pay lower corporation tax rates. These savings apply only to certain types of businesses. Please contact our team for further details.

Yes, you must file annual returns within 3 months of the end of the financial year. Failure to submit them will result in penalties.

Your bank asks some standard questions such as: what type of business you’re starting; how much capital and assets you plan to invest; whether you’ll employ staff etc. They also check your credit score.

After completing all legal formalities, you can begin trading with your new company. It usually takes around 2 weeks to 1 month depending on the complexity of your case.

When you create a private limited company, it automatically becomes 100% owned by its shareholders. However, if you want to transfer ownership of the company to someone else, you can issue share certificates to him/her. Shareholders own the rights to dividends and voting rights.

If you fail to follow Irish laws, you risk losing your right to trade under your registered company’s name. Your company will become dormant and cease operations until you rectify the situation.

Incorporating a company in Ireland isn’t difficult. Our experts will guide you step by step throughout the entire procedure. We provide free consultations so we can help you understand everything thoroughly. In fact, we may even offer you a company formation service completely free of charge.

The life span of a company depends on many factors like the number of employees, turnover, profit margin, industry sector etc. Generally speaking, most small firms close down within 5 years while larger ones continue operating for 10+ years.

No, there is no minimum requirement regarding where your company needs to be located. As long as you meet other requirements, then you can register anywhere in Ireland.

To register your business in Ireland, you must provide the following documents:
1. A valid passport
2. Proof of address
3. Business registration certificate from the Revenue Commissioners
4. Tax clearance letter from HMRC
5. Bank statements showing sufficient funds
6. Company Articles – these contain information about the directors and officers of the company
7. Memorandum & articles of association
8. Directors’ resolution approving memorandum and articles of association
9. Certificate of compliance with tax regulations
10. Copy of VAT return
11. Letter confirming approval of accounts
12. List of shareholders
13. Any additional documentation requested by our expert team
14. An application form completed by an accountant who has been approved by us
15. All fees paid
16. Original copies of all above-mentioned documents
17. Confirmation of payment of all fees

The process of forming a company in Ireland is similar to other countries. However, there are some differences between the Irish and UK laws. For example, the minimum capital requirement for a company in Ireland is €25,000, while in the UK it is £10,000. Another difference is that in the UK, the company must be registered at Companies House, whereas in Ireland, the company is registered at the Revenue Commissioners.

Yes, you can transfer ownership of your current business to a new limited liability company. You may also choose to set up a subsidiary instead of transferring ownership.

In general, yes. There are two types of taxation in Ireland; income tax and corporation tax.

Both apply to both individuals and businesses.

Income tax applies to profits made during the year, which includes dividends received or interest earned.

Corporation tax applies to the net value of assets owned after deducting liabilities.

It’s important to note that if you’re incorporated in Ireland but operate outside of its jurisdiction, you will still be subject to income tax in Ireland.

Incorporation costs vary depending on whether you want to incorporate locally or internationally. We offer free company formation services but please discuss with us first.

We offer a wide range of services, from incorporation to business consulting.

Our team has been helping entrepreneurs since 1999, and we know how important it is to start a new business.

We help our clients through all stages of starting a business, from choosing the right legal structure to finding the best financing options.

Also, we offer free company incorporation services (terms apply).

Yes, you need a company secretary in order to protect your business from legal issues. A company secretary is responsible for managing all aspects of the company’s affairs, such as preparing financial statements, filing tax returns, and keeping records of shareholders’ meetings. The company secretary also has the authority to sign contracts on behalf of the company.


More than just a bookkeeper


We specialize in accounting for all your personal and business needs. Our friendly team of qualified accountants can handle anything from personal tax to company registration. Whether you're just starting out or already established, we're the perfect choice for managing your accounting needs.


If you are struggling with your bookkeeping, it may be time to outsource the work. This will not only save you time and energy but also give you peace of mind knowing that the work is done accurately. Outsourcing bookkeeping services can do everything from reconciling accounts to running payroll.

Tax returns

Our tax returns service is a fast, affordable and convenient way to get your taxes done. We offer thorough tax filing services that are tailored to the individual needs of our clients. We provide all necessary information for you to understand your taxes, including what deductions you qualify for and how much in taxes you owe.

Company formation

Company formation in Ireland can be a complicated process with a lot of bureaucracy. The key to success is to have all the necessary documents in place from day one. This will simplify the process and potentially save you from being turned away at the door. Need assistance? We’ll be happy to help.

Secretarial services

Our company is a leading provider of company secretarial services for small and medium-sized enterprises. We offer a wide range of services from setting up your business to accounting, taxes, and payroll.

Online accountant

A lot of people are turning to online accounting services in Ireland. These services are cheaper, more convenient, and more efficient than the traditional accounting services that are offered by most accountants today.

Auditing services

Ireland Accountant is a leading tax auditing firm in Ireland. We provide a wide range of tax audit services for SMEs and big corporations alike. Our team of dedicated professionals has decades of experience in the fields of audit, accounting and taxation.

Payroll Outsourcing

We are your one-stop shop for everything payroll. We analyze the best payroll software, keep up with labour law changes, and provide you with all the information you need to make decisions about your company's payroll.