Welcome to Wallace O'Donoghue
Accountants, Tax & Business Advisors
If you're looking for a firm of accountants who are focused on providing advice driven, value added services to their clients, we believe we are the firm you are looking for. Underlying our service philosophy is the understanding that each client, whether corporate or individual, is unique and has their own set of priorities and requirements.
The firm's partners have broad, industry-wide experience, having previously worked for both medium-sized local and large international accounting firms. Our client base is extensive including fast growth start up companies, professional practices, established family businesses and individuals.
We are not a scaled down "large firm" and we are not a clone of other firms. We exist on our own terms and provide a range of services that we believe are relevant and of value to our clients.
Please feel free to take a few moments to explore our website and get an overview of our service offering. We welcome all enquiries and offer all prospective clients a free two-hour consultation where we can discuss, in a confidential basis, how we can meet your needs.
This site is updated regularly with industry and practice news.
Shares in Permanent TSB soared over 15% today after it announced a potential deal worth about €7.6 billion to buy some elements of Ulster Bank’s business here. The lender said it has entered into a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding with Ulster Bank owner NatWest regarding a potential acquisition involving certain elements of the Ulster Bank […]Learn More
Final meetings to agree the legal rules for indoor dining will take place this morning. It is hoped the regulations will be published later today followed by the operational guidelines for the hospitality sector. The Attorney General will meet with government officials and Fáilte Ireland this morning to finalise the legal underpinning for the new […]Learn More
Irish consumer confidence dipped marginally in July from the two year high recorded in June, according to the latest consumer sentiment index from KBC Bank Ireland. A still uncertain economic outlook coupled with growing inflation fears, together with practical issues around the reopening and increasing nervousness about the Delta variant of Covid-19 are among the […]Learn More