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Welcome to Colman Dalton & Co Limited Accountants

Colman Dalton & Co Ltd Mallow has significant expertise in advising owner managed business, sole traders, family business and new business start ups. Our main services included accounting services, preparation of tax returns for sole traders, partnerships, companies etc, completion of VAT and PAYE/PRSI returns, completion of rental tax returns etc and business start up services.

Our Clients comprise both individual and corporate entities. They range in size from entrepreneurial growth businesses to established companies. Our clientele operate across a diverse variety of sectors, including professional services, hospitality, farming and construction etc.

Our team have a strong variety of experience working in each sector and are happy to share their experience and knowledge.

 

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Sterling edges higher after Sunak announces new job support scheme

25th September 2020

Sterling edged higher today after British finance minister Rishi Sunak announced a new job support scheme, but said the government won’t save every job.  Against the dollar, sterling was up 0.2% at $1.2751, after hitting a two-month low of $1.2676 yesterday. Against the euro, sterling was up 0.2% at 91.4 pence.  In a choppy session, the […]

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Sterling edges higher after Sunak announces new job support scheme

25th September 2020

Sterling edged higher today after British finance minister Rishi Sunak announced a new job support scheme, but said the government won’t save every job.  Against the dollar, sterling was up 0.2% at $1.2751, after hitting a two-month low of $1.2676 yesterday. Against the euro, sterling was up 0.2% at 91.4 pence.  In a choppy session, the […]

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Living with Covid requires long-term government support – Chambers Ireland

25th September 2020

A new survey from Chambers Ireland shows that companies are still reporting a 32% decline in turnover despite the re-opening of most of the economy after the Covid-19 restrictions. The new Chambers Ireland survey captured over 860 responses during the lead up to the imposition of new restrictions on activity in Dublin.  The survey found […]

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