Many vets are speaking to us about the opportunities now available to them to restructure their veterinary practice from a sole trader or partnership into a limited or unlimited company structure. This opportunity brings significant benefits, however it is an important part of our process to ensure you consider the benefits with the other implications for your business, such as your succession plan and your option to sell your business in the future, if you so wish.
Some of these benefits include the attractive 12.5% corporation tax rate, the ability to purchase commercial property in a tax efficient manner, improved pension funding options for directors and the capacity to offer share options to key staff members.
The structured process ifac follows helps you decide if incorporation is the right strategy for your veterinary practice. If, armed with the knowledge we provide, you decide incorporation is the right decision for you (and your business), we guide you through the process from your existing structure through to your new limited / unlimited company status.
Our professional services team welcome the opportunity to speak with you and examine the opportunities now available for your veterinary practice as a result of the recent changes by the Irish Veterinary Council.
Business Review of your veterinary practice.
As the veterinary landscape continues to evolve, ifac offer a root and branch review of a veterinary practice entire system. While incorporation will not be for every practice there are a range of other areas where you can benefit from ifac’s experience:
Review of book-keeping software and VAT compliance structure
Outsourcing data entry
Management Accounts & industry specific Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s)
Ongoing specialist tax planning
Assistance with raising/restructuring both equity and debt finance