If your company is one of the majority of Companies registered in Ireland that has adopted a 31 December year end, your annual return date can be no later than 30 September, which is mere weeks away.
Should you miss your annual return filing deadline, the Annual Return will be deemed late. This will have negative results arising from the late filing of an annual return including:
In addition to their annual compliance filing obligations, Companies should also note their new obligations under the EU (Anti-Money Laundering Beneficial Ownership of Corporate Entities) Regulations 2019, which has led to the opening of the Central Register of Beneficial Ownership. Further information on the Central Register of Beneficial Ownership is available here.
All Irish Companies should note the following dates and deadlines in their Corporate Diary:
Our Company Secretarial team can assist you in meeting all of these deadlines. Contact details for members of the team are available here.
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