Welcome to Cooney Parle Accountants & Registered Auditors
At Cooney Parle Accountants & Auditors, we are committed to providing a personal and first class service. We work closely with all of our clients and make ourselves available all year round to offer advice on problems encountered and also proactive advice on how you can improve your business and personal finances.
In today’s complex financial and business world, everyone needs reliable, professional help managing their personal and business finances. Today’s business environment is fast moving, complex, and highly competitive. Business owners need the support of professionals who provide on-time, effective solutions to help their business move forward, We aim to provide such a service.
What makes us better is our willingness to go one step further by offering our clients a value-added personal and professional service that surpasses their expectations.
We offer extensive range of accounting, auditing, taxation and financial services to individuals, partnership and companies.
WATCH: Is this the most powerful iPhone ever? A...September 19, 2018
Apple says that it’s the most powerful iPhone ever. But with its new 6.5-inch display, it looks like nothing can stop the iPhone Xs Max from becoming even more of a substitute for your television and your camera. There are three main takeaways I’m left with after my first week with the iPhone Xs andRead More...
Dublin Airport on course for 30 millionSeptember 19, 2018
Dublin Airport was the 14th-busiest in Europe during July, handling more than 3.3 million passengers. In the year to July, Dublin Airport was also the 14-busiest, with 18 million people passing through the gateway. London Heathrow was the busiest, with 45.9 million passengers, according to new data from Airports Council International (ACI). In the yearRead More...
Families face being nearly €200 worse off after...September 19, 2018
Households face being up to €190 worse off after the Budget as income tax cuts could be wiped out by increases in other charges and levies. The Budget is likely to see an increase in the amount of money people can earn before they hit the top rate of income tax, but this could beRead More...
Technology giants face payouts to media firms in...September 13, 2018
Technology firms such as Facebook would have to share more of their revenue with the publishers of content used online under a shake-up of copyright rules. The European Parliament has backed a law that would help media, video, music and other rights holders seek compensation for use of their content online. It was hailed asRead More...
Unfair workload after four-day week shiftSeptember 13, 2018
Query: I recently moved to a four-day week as I found the juggle of a full-time job and the rearing of two children too difficult. However, although my pay has been cut by a fifth to reflect the fact that I’m no longer working five days, I’m finding that I’m still expected to produce theRead More...
House price rises now at lowest level in 15September 13, 2018
The rate at which property prices are increasing continues to ease off. This is being put down to buyers reaching the limit of what they can borrow due to Central Bank lending restrictions. Figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show residential property prices at national level increased by 10.4pc in the year to July.Read More...
Asia shares worn out by trade tension, yen a safe...September 10, 2018
Asian shares carved out a 14-month trough on Friday as investors feared a new salvo of Sino-US tariffs could come at any moment, while a slump in US chip stocks rippled through the tech-heavy region. Spreadbetters pointed to a firm start for European markets with futures for Eurostoxx 50, Germany’s Dax and London’s FTSE reversingRead More...
Irish fintechs target growth in digital-savvy...September 10, 2018
Irish fintechs have been active in the Nordics for years, with an increasing number targeting growth in the region. Success has been built on shared attitudes to innovation and the potential of both markets to develop as globally significant fintech hubs. “Similar to the Irish approach, the Nordic financial services industry is quite innovative. TheyRead More...
No-deal Brexit threat to our food firmsSeptember 10, 2018
Bord Bia, Greencore, and the Revenue Commissioners were among a batch of parties to issue stark warnings to the Irish food industry on its looming tariff-laden future last week. Talk of rotten produce and intensified border checks painted a bleak picture during a British and Irish Chamber of Commerce event. The agri-food industry exports aroundRead More...
Majority of Irish IT professionals do not trust...September 7, 2018
The majority of Irish IT professionals do not trust social media providers to manage their personal data carefully. In addition, the survey of 111 IT decision makers found that 87pc of retailers, two thirds of Government bodies, 63pc of utility providers, and just over half of banks are all not to be trusted to protectRead More...