Marc O Dwyer

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The move means that entrepreneurs should find it easier to qualify for the Capital Gains Tax Entrepreneur Relief, which gives a reduced rate of CGT of 10 per cent.

Entrepreneurs who sell all, or part of their businesses, should find it easier to access a lower rate of tax on any gains they make as part of the dis(...)

About a quarter of employers in the State have registered  for the temporary wage subsidy programme to help retain staff in jobs during the coronavirus outbreak. Photograph: Benoit Tessier/Reuters

Almost three-quarters of employers have yet to register for the temporary wage subsidy programme to help retain staff in jobs during the coronavirus (...)

You can register your business to your home address and avail of the many floating desks or hot desks that have been set up by business communities around the country.

There has really never been a better time to start your own business. Thanks to Government initiatives, start-up communities and entrepreneur networks(...)

Bank rejection rates for SME loans and/or overdrafts in Ireland are more than twice the rates in comparator countries, the Central Bank said.

New lending to small and medium-sized businesses in the Republic rose by 2.7 per cent in the year to March, According to the SME market report from t(...)

Ransomware, where the firm has to pay to unlock or fix its own systems,  has been an issue for almost one in five businesses

Four in every 10 small and medium businesses in Ireland have suffered a cyberattack resulting in data being lost or stolen, according to a new survey.(...)

Start-ups exhibiting at the Web Summit in Dublin. Almost 4,000 new company and business start-ups formed in November.

Almost 4,000 new company and business start-ups formed in November, according to new figures from business and credit risk analyst Vision-net.ie. Thi(...)

Marc O’Dwyer, chief executive of Big Red Book.  Photograph:  Jason Clarke Photography.

Accounting software company Big Red Cloud is planning to list on the Dublin and London stock exchanges as it seeks to raise to capital for the future (...)