Businesses Raise €33,000 For Two Charities

Dublin Chamber of Commerce, the organisation which represents businesses in the Dublin region,  announced that it has raised over €33,000 for charity. The proceeds, raised over the past 12 months, will be split between the Chamber’s two chosen charities for 2016 – the Peter McVerry Trust, set up to provide services to homeless people in […]

Budget Must Break Down Entrepreneurial Barriers

The Government must create a coherent tax strategy for Ireland’s entrepreneurs, similar to that which was developed for the IFSC. That was the message delivered by a panel of entrepreneurs and experts at a joint Irish Tax Institute and Dublin Chamber of Commerce pre-Budget event this morning. The panel highlighted that there are significant tax […]

Small Business PRSI Credit Could Create 80,000 Jobs

Micro companies have the capacity to create more than 80,000 new jobs in Ireland if the government reduced the initial cost to hire new staff, according to Dublin Chamber of Commerce. In its pre-budget submission, Dublin Chamber has called on the Government to offer an employer’s PRSI tax credit for the first three years when […]