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.
Government approves pay increase for employment support scheme staff
The Government has approved a 5% pay increase for more than 1,600 supervisors and team leaders of employment support schemes. The pay deal will benefit employees of organisations that manage Community Employment Schemes, Tús, the Rural Social Scheme and Job Initiative. The workers will see a pay increase of 3% from 1 April 2023, which […]Learn More
Excise duty on fuel to increase from midnight
Motorists can expect to see a jump in the cost of petrol and diesel from midnight tonight as cuts to Government excise charges begin to reverse. Petrol prices will rise by six cent per litre, while diesel will go up by five cent. Agricultural diesel will also go up a cent. In March last year, […]Learn More
Home prices may slump in euro zone as rates rise – ECB
Home prices in the euro zone may be headed for a “disorderly” decline as high mortgage rates make purchases unaffordable for households and unattractive for investors, the European Central Bank said today. It was one of several risks flagged in the ECB’s Financial Stability Review (FSR) along with higher borrowing costs and slower growth hurting […]Learn More