Welcome to Luke O’Malley & Co. Chartered Accountants
Luke O’Malley & Co was established in 1988 with the objective of providing auditing, accounting, tax services and financial advice to the business community.
Since then the business has grown thanks to the on-going support of our clients many of whom recommend us. We endeavour to provide a personal, professional and practical service to meet our clients’ needs. Our practice is staffed by fully qualified personnel and we pride ourselves on keeping up to date in all areas in which we give advice. We focus on providing a quality and personal service to all our clients.
Confidence drops over retirement provisionDecember 11, 2018
Almost one in two people are concerned that they are financially unprepared for retirement, according to a savings and investment index from the Bank of Ireland and the Economic and Social Research Institute.Read More...
Irish firms struggle with digital...December 11, 2018
A quarter of Irish businesses will struggle in terms of digital transformation in meeting evolving customer demands within five years, a newly launched index has shown.Read More...
Time to check if you’re due a tax...December 11, 2018
Tax reliefs could be worth thousands a year to workers, but many forget to claim them, or don’t realise they can.Read More...
Some 50,000 customers are left with...December 7, 2018
Up to 50,000 Irish insurance customers have been left with no guarantee of cover after an underwriting company shut down.Read More...
Renters will soon be able to find out how...December 7, 2018
Renters will be able to know what a previous tenant was paying for a room under laws to be brought to Cabinet next week.Read More...
Bamboozled by bills: 25pc of householders...December 7, 2018
Householders are being bamboozled by bills – with many fearing they are being overcharged, new research has found.Read More...
Theresa May rejects accusation of hiding...December 6, 2018
EU ‘ready for no-deal Brexit’ if UK sinks deal Irish backstop for UK’s withdrawal deal could last ‘indefinitely’, legal advice states Report also warns of Britain becoming stuck in “protracted and repeating rounds” of negotiations Theresa May said she is listening to concerns on Brexit backstop to find way forward DUP says UK government’s BrexitRead More...
Mortgage approvals jump by 11pc as values...December 6, 2018
Mortgage approvals jumped in October, both in terms of volume and value. Across all types of borrowers, banks approved a total of 4,262 mortgages in October, up 11.4pc month-on-month. This is a 13.6pc increase in approvals year-on-year, figures from the Banking and Payments Federation Ireland show. First-time buyers accounted for the lion’s share of activity,Read More...