Please note if you purchase any of these courses between 23 December 2015 and 13 January 2016 you will not receive your access keys until after 13 January 2016
Overview of Irish Taxation (€125)
The Overview of Irish Taxation course comprises seven modules and presents an overview of the Irish taxation system. It looks at the basic principles of the main direct taxes such as income tax, corporation tax, capital gains tax, and capital acquisitions tax (CAT). In addition it looks at indirect taxes in Ireland such as Value Added Tax (VAT) and stamp duty. Finally this course will give you an overview of the Revenue audit system in Ireland.
As this course only provides a brief introduction to Irish taxation, the course material should not be relied on as a substitute for specialised professional advice in connection with any particular matter. The law is stated in accordance with legislation up to and including Finance Act 2014.
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Overview of Irish Law (€125)
The Overview of Irish Law course comprises five modules and is designed to give you an overview of the principal areas of Irish law that are likely to concern you in your work as an accountant.
Although the course material has been carefully prepared by the authors, neither the CPA Ireland nor the course authors or any persons involved in the preparation of this material accept legal responsibility for its contents or for any consequences arising from its use. The course material should not be relied on as a substitute for specialised professional legal advice in connection with any particular matter.
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The strategic planning process involves many members of the senior leadership and sometimes other levels within a business. The outcome is a long term plan. It is usually best to carry out a thorough strategy planning process each year. This course gives an overarching introduction to the entire strategic planning process, taking brief looks at things like the "outside-in" approach and the quick method.
It should get you thinking about the business life cycle, and get you to consider where your organisation currently is on this journey. Businesses of any size find it helpful, even essential, to go through a carefully designed strategic planning process, usually every year. There’s no reason why you can’t create and follow your own strategic planning process. This course outlines a structured approach which has been proven in large and small businesses.