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Accountants Athlone

Are You… Struggling with your tax return ? Looking for a pro-active accountant who’ll help you make more profit and pay less tax?

Chartered Certified Accountants

Eaton Neary Accountants Athlone

Taxation is at the very core of our practice. We deal with income tax, valued added tax, corporation tax, capital gains tax, capital acquisitions tax and other taxes levied on particular industries. We monitor the regular pronouncements of the Revenue Commissioners and review Finance Bills on publication and on their progress through the Oireachtas to the stage where they become Finance Acts. We also monitor changes in Revenue practice throughout the year.

Starting a Business in Ireland?

Experienced staff with a wealth of knowledge

Eaton Neary is a firm of Accountants, based in Athlone offering accounts , taxation, business advisory and support services to a wide range of organisations and individuals.

Service Guarantee

We stand by our service

We always discuss with clients the level of assistance and consultancy they require. We are confident that our knowledge and experience will enhance the productivity and profitability of their enterprises.

Cost Effective Solutions

Just a call away from great savings: 090 6478531

We provide cost-effective, high value solutions. We work hard to deliver timely individual advice on how to improve your business and personal wealth.

Support Services

Focus on your business

In addition to accounting, auditing and taxation, we also provide payroll administration, company secretarial and a suite of other services for a broad range of business sectors.

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