88% of Irish SMEs believe government needs to offer more support, according to the latest SME Ireland Confidence Tracker by Bibby Financial Services IE.
The Government’s new Finance Bill has confirmed a €50,000 increase in maximum value of share options that can be granted under its Key Employee Engagement Programme (KEEP), to €300,000 in any period.
Six out of 10 British firms haven’t undertaken any risk assessment of the impact of the United Kingdom’s plan to quit the EU.
The increased capital spending announced in yesterday’s Budget has been welcomed by the Irish SME Association, ISME.
Tax advisers have written to Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe claiming tax law is in need of “urgent reform” in order to support the SME sector through Brexit.