How We Supported
The Irish Advocacy Network

CLIENT'S CHALLENGE

As a not-for-profit organisation The Irish Advocacy Network (IAN) is completely reliant on funding from various bodies - primarily from the HSE. After a legacy of accounting shortcomings with other firms they were desperately in need of a financial accounting structure that would allow them to produce monthly accounts and provide clarity and accuracy.

OUR SOLUTION

The first thing Guardian did was to immediately install a state-of-the-art accounting package, as well as provide the organisation with a dedicated bookkeeper. Now IAN receives its accounts within 10 working days of each month end, and whenever the HSE asks to review their accounts they’re now always right up-to-date.

What We Value Makes Us Valuable To Our Clients

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    Our costings are flexible

    Every solution is different. So too is every budget. But before you think our financial expertise might be beyond yours, let's talk.

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    We do out of the box thinking

    We don’t believe one size fits all. We tailor our input based on the scale of your organisation, its growth and your requirements.

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    We hit the ground running

    We quickly gain an understanding of your business and requirements so you quickly benefit from immediate solutions to your problems.

News & Advice

  • 22Aug

    Employing your children during the summer holidays from school or College

    Many of our clients have children over 16 year of age, whom help out in the family business during the summer break. Remember you can legally pay them at comparable rates to any [...]

  • 26Jul

    New subsistence rates

    Increased Subsistence rates The Revenue Commissioners have announced increased rates of subsistence, effective from 1st July 2019. They are as follows: Away from base for 5 hours [...]

  • 17Jul

    Staff Update

    Congratulations Jesse!  We are delighted to announce that Jesse Guildea has passed Stage 1 of the Certificate in Payroll Techniques examinations at her first attempt. Jesse will [...]

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