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We are the company formation firm of choice for individuals starting their own business, and for Irish Accountants and Solicitors.

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Top Rated in Ireland

We have incorporated and provided aftercare for over 30,000 Companies formed

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We can have your company formed within 3-5 days or you can buy a readymade company today

Company Aftercare

Wondering what to do next? Our aftercare team can help you with the next step and file returns for your company as required

WELCOME TO COMPANY SETUP

Company Setup, the premier Irish company formation providers, has been established 14 years and we provide a myriad of services on behalf of our clients. We have incorporated and provided after care services for over 30,000 companies in that time and arranged Tax assistance, government grants and business plans for these clients also.

What Clients Say

Thank you for your fast, efficient service in setting up my company..I would recommend you to anyone wanting to start a business

Sheila Cronin

Youghal, Cork

Great service, easy to use to have companies setup

Tom Doyle

Swords, Dublin

I didn't know what to do to start my business, CompanySetup.ie took all the stress out of it for me and had me setup so quickly

Mary Wilson

Bray, Co Wicklow

Latest blog

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12 Apr
The Revenue have a set timetable for the making and filing of returns for Companies. Not all taxes apply to all companies - generally most companies only deal with Corporation Tax, VAT and PAYE / PRSI. We outline a list below of the main taxes and their monthly schedules for 2020 and feel free to ca
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01 Dec
We can now get your late filing fees removed and the audit exemption restored for your company – call us on 01-2848911 and we can arrange it for you. We look after the whole process for you and the cost is often less than the late filing fees, and it removes the expense of a TWO t
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14 May
The Companies Act 2014 comes into effect on 1st June 2015. It will replace the Companies Acts 1963-2013 and it brings in many reforms to the operation of companies in Ireland making it easier to setup and maintain a company in Ireland. The main implications of the Act can be summarised as follows: