#1: Fees

If your accountant charges a percentage of what you earn, then this is a clear indicator that you’re being overcharged. Contingency-based fees are even prohibited by some professional bodies so if you are in this situation, it’s time to start looking around. Blue Star Accountants charged fixed monthly fees at competitive rates, meaning there are no unpleasant surprises.

When searching for an accounting and tax service solution, you’ll find a bewildering array of options on the market. If you’re a contractor working in Ireland who’s looking for an accountant that can efficiently and effectively cater to your specific requirements, you need look no further!

Contractors working in Ireland are currently under the microscope of the Revenue Commissioners, and the ‘National Contractors Project’ which was launched in 2013. Revenue instigated the project after audits revealed that some individual contractors selling services to clients through personal service companies had evaded tax by overstating the value of travel and subsistence expense claims.