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.
Mortgage arrears fall again in third quarter...January 28, 2020
New figures from the Central Bank show that the number of homeowners in arrears for more than three months fell to a nine-year-low of 5.9% in the third quarter from 6% at the end of June. The Central Bank also said the decline in the number of home mortgages in arrears for two or moreRead More...
Six euro zone banks fall short of ECB capital...January 28, 2020
Six euro zone banks have fallen short of the European Central Bank’s capital demands and have been told to shore up their balance sheets or face tighter controls. The ECB’s annual review of banks comes as many lenders are struggling to make money in an environment of ultra-low interest rates. They are also facing highRead More...
Oil drops below $60 as China virus stokes demand...January 28, 2020
Crude prices dropped below $60 for the first time in nearly three months today, as the death toll from China’s coronavirus rose and more businesses were forced to shut down, fuelling expectations of slowing oil demand. Brent crude was down $1.40 a barrel at $59.29 this afternoon to mark its lowest since late October andRead More...
Temporary trade dispute appeal system agreed at...January 27, 2020
The European Union, China and 15 other countries agreed today to develop a temporary system for appealing trade dispute rulings after the recent US-provoked collapse of the WTO appeals body. Ministers from the group published a joint statement announcing a “multi-party interim appeal arrangement”. The arrangement was reached during a meeting at the World EconomicRead More...
Euro zone economy remains weak but green shoots...January 27, 2020
Euro zone business activity remained lacklustre at the start of the year, a survey showed today but there were some glimmers of hope for policymakers. The survey comes a day after the European Central Bank said the manufacturing sector remained a drag on the euro zone economy. ECB rate-setters did not make any policy changeRead More...
Costs and competitiveness a key focus for tourism...January 27, 2020
The tourism industry needs to focus on costs and competitiveness as the sector faces into choppier waters in the years ahead, according to the head of the national tourism development authority, Fáilte Ireland. Paul Kelly said the industry had to avoid complacency against a backdrop of a softening in demand. “We absolutely need to keep ourRead More...
ECB launches review, keeps policy on holdJanuary 24, 2020
The European Central Bank launched a broad review of its policy today that is likely to see new President Christine Lagarde redefine the ECB’s main goal and how to achieve it. The European Central Bank has fallen short of its inflation target of just under 2% for years, even after Lagarde’s predecessor, Mario Draghi, launchedRead More...
France reaches deal with US on digital tax talksJanuary 24, 2020
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said France had reached an agreement with the US on the basis for future talks over a global digital tax, at the Organisation for Economic Development (OECD) level. “We had long talks this morning with the US Treasury Secretary and the OECD Secretary General,” Mr Le Marie said at the World EconomicRead More...
Costs and competitiveness a key focus for tourism...January 24, 2020
The tourism industry needs to focus on costs and competitiveness as the sector faces into choppier waters in the years ahead. That’s according to the head of the national tourism development authority, Fáilte Ireland. Paul Kelly said the industry had to avoid complacency against a backdrop of a softening in demand. “We absolutely need toRead More...
Irish tax system best in EU at reducing...January 23, 2020
Research by the Economic and Social Research Institute has found that the Irish tax system does more than any other system in the EU to redistribute income and reduce inequality. It also found that raising the point at which taxpayers pay the higher rate of tax, or abolishing the Universal Social Charge, would both favour thoseRead More...