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2018

January 2018

Eight new year resolutions to help you beat the stats
For many people, the new year is synonymous with resolutions but only about 8% of people follow through with them; the following steps are ways in which Veterinary Ireland Financial Services can help you plan and implement yours.

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2017

January 2017

2017: New Year financial resolutions
It wouldn't be the New Year without resolutions. For most of us, New Year's resolutions can disappear in days, weeks at best. Financial New Year's resolutions are really common, but they can be some of the toughest to stick with. Here we look at seven ways to set a course and stay on track

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March 2017

Topical tax issues for vets
Sandra Clarke FCA, AITI, Partner, BCC Chartered Accountants, looks at two recent
topical tax issues for vets – the Help to Buy Incentive scheme for first-time buyers, and Offshore Matters

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May 2017

Do you qualify for the State Pension?
Declan Gahan from Veterinary Ireland Financial Services explains how the State Pension (Contributory) works

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June 2017

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July 2017

Partnership agreements
Partnerships, in particular veterinary partnerships, have many additional layers of complexity, writes solicitor, Joe McVeigh, of Baily Homan Smyth McVeigh, who has presented at many of the Veterinary Financial Services Limited seminars around Ireland

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November 2017

Staff pensions – an employer’s duty
Declan Gahan, senior financial consultant at Veterinary Ireland Financial Services, examines some of your obligations as an employer. To help, he has prepared this simple guide to assist vets satisfy their duty to provide a pension deduction facility to all employees including when it applies to a spouse

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2016

January 2016

How a Partnership Agreement helps your practice
There are many issues to consider when you are in a partnership and if you have not already done so, you should put a Partnership Agreement in place where sound rules and procedures are agreed, write Mary Goodman and Declan Gahan, Veterinary Ireland Financial Services Ltd

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March 2016

Protect your family and your business
It's not something any of us really likes to think about but, when it comes to the lottery of life, we all need to think about the financial cover we have in place should the unexpected happen, write Mary Goodman Mehigan and Declan Gahan, Veterinary Ireland Financial Services

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May 2016

Income protection
When you're feeling fit and healthy it can be difficult to plan for an unexpected illness or injury that could leave you out of work. Yet, almost everything in your life depends on your income – your family, your home, your regular outgoings. Could you manage to take care of your bills or loved ones if you couldn't work for a long period of time, ask Mary Goodman and Declan Gahan, Veterinary Ireland Financial Services

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June 2016

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July 2016

How a Partnership Agreement helps your practice
There are many issues to consider when you are in a partnership and if you have not already done so, you should put a Partnership Agreement in place where sound rules and procedures are agreed, write Mary Goodman and Declan Gahan, Veterinary Ireland Financial Services Ltd

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October 2016

Understanding your retirement options
Mary Goodman and Declan Gahan from Veterinary Ireland Financial Services highlight what vets need to know when approaching retirement

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