Ifac are Urging Farmers to Prepare for PAYE Changes

Changes are coming to how farmers manage their employees PAYE. James Farrell, partner at Ifac’s Offaly office takes a look at what this means and how you should prepare in advance of the 1st of January   If you are a farmer with employee’s or even one employee your PAYE system is going to get a […]

Ifac to host “2019 and Beyond” Farmers’ Seminar in Tipperary

Ifac, the farming, food and agribusiness professional services firm is hosting a farming seminar in conjunction with The Irish Farmers Association and The Farmers Journal in The Horse and Jockey Hotel, Thurles on Tuesday 4th December, at 8pm   The theme of the seminar is ‘2019 and Beyond’ and will be chaired by ifac National Chairman […]

Ifac welcomes reintroduction of the Organic Farming Scheme

ifac, the farming, food and agribusiness professional services firm, have welcomed the announcement that the Organic Farming Scheme (OFS) had reopened. The OFS is a scheme under Ireland’s Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 to support organic production on Irish farms. The Organic Farming Scheme is a measure rolled out by the Department of Agriculture under the […]

IFAC calls for issues to be addressed urgently or it could cost young farmers thousands in lost relief

Ifac, the professional services firm for the Irish farming, food and Agri business sectors today called on changes to be made to the draft Finance Bill 2018. The Bill, as currently drafted, contains provisions that would be devastating for young farmers if not addressed before the bill becomes law. The issues are as follows: Currently a lifetime ceiling of […]

Farmers Tax Deadline Approaching

Ifac, the farming, food and agribusiness professional services firm (ifac.ie), reminds farmers that one of the most important deadline dates of the year is fast approaching – the pay and file deadline for online tax returns is Wednesday 14th November. James Farrell, Partner in ifac’s Offaly office said, “It is extremely important to ensure you are not […]

IFAC call on Minister Creed to convene emergency meeting of lenders

The accountancy and financial advisory firm ifac (www.ifac.ie) today called on the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed T.D. to immediately convene a meeting of lenders to seek reassurance that there are appropriate credit facilities available to farmers over the coming months as the farming sector faces the prospect of a very […]

IFAC Climbs In List Of Top Accountancy Firms

In the Finance Magazine annual survey of Ireland’s top accountancy firms published this week, IFAC has moved up to 9th on the list of top 20 firms following a year of strong growth for the accountancy and financial advisory firm.   IFAC provides financial advisory and accounting support to farmers and businesses in the agri, […]

North Tipp Macra

North Tipperary Macra held a well-attended meeting with IFAC accountants last Thursday night in the Abbey Court Hotel in Nenagh. The accountants discussed with the young farmers how to interpret their farm accounts and explained the changes to Farm succession which Budget 2011 brought with it. The next North Tipperary Executive meeting takes place in […]

North Tipp Macra na Feirme

The monthly meeting of North Tipperary Macra na Feirme took place last friday night in the Clodagh Bar, Borrisoleigh and was hailed as a major success. The meeting saw the largest attendence of Macra members in North Tipperary in years, with all six Macra clubs represented. A lot of work has gone into relaunching Clubs […]