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Welcome to JB Accountancy
​If you want to save money on your accountancy fees, or to ensure that you are utilising all tax savings available to you, why not call today to arrange your FREE, no obligation, meeting with us here at JB Accountancy.

JB Accountancy brings a fresh new approach to your accountancy strategy.  It is established early on each individual Client's accountancy requirements and a strategic plan is put in place to ensure that a most efficient and cost effective service is provided.  

JB Accountancy was founded in 2013 by Jason Black who has over 15 years in the accountancy business.  JB Accountancy is a member of the Certified Public Accountancts Ireland and also a member of the Irish Taxation Institute.  


The Irish Tax Institute is the leading representative and educational body for Ireland’s AITI Chartered Tax Advisers (CTA) and is the only professional body exclusively dedicated to tax. As a member JB Accountancy provides tax expertise to businesses, partnerships and individuals.


The Institute is the leading provider of tax qualifications in Ireland, and at JB Accountancy we can assure you the finest minds in tax and business. The AITI Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) qualification is the gold standard in tax and the international mark of excellence in tax advice.


Our Accountancy Services are available to all businesses from the individual sole trader to the large limited company, no job too small.  We cater for all taxpayers whose tax returns are in arrears or tax audits are due – no matter how late they are.  At JB Accountancy we offer personalised confidential services at times that suit our clients, at a competitive affordable cost.


Outsourcing your office workload will reduce staff and overhead costs while allowing you to have the work carried out by professionals providing a guaranteed quality service.  Outsourcing will improve the quality of work and give your business access to professional skills which are not normally available to it. Outsourcing has increased in popularity in recent years and now provides a valuable tool for many Irish businesses concerned with staff and office overhead costs in the current economic climate.

 Thinking of Changing Accountant?


The relationship between the accountant and the client can be a trusted close relationship. Where the accountant provides a good quality service this relationship is often similar to that of a family member. But unfortunately this is not always the case.


If you are not happy with the services being provided by your current accountant or if you have lost confidence in the quality of your current accountant’s work then it’s time you made a change. It is not difficult to make this change and in fact it can be done without you even having to contact the accountant. The procedure can be carried out in three very simple steps as follows:-


1. Contact us to arrange a free of charge consultation to discuss your current requirements. We will discuss any issues or concerns you may have and recommend our resolutions to these issues.

2. In order for us to request a copy of your accounting and tax records from your current accountant we need your permission in writing. By signing an authorisation letter you can grant us this permission.

3. We will then write to your current accountant informing them of your intention to change accountants. We will also request a copy of your accounting and tax records from your current accountant. We will then issue you with a Letter of Engagement setting out the details of the services we intend to provide to you and the terms and conditions of our engagement.



  • ​Tax Returns & Services

  • Year End Accounts

  • Business Consultancy

  • Payroll

  • Bookkeeping

  • VAT Returns

  • Company Secretarial Services


14 October 2015

Budget 2016 ​ 

29 September 2015

Revenue eBrief No. 97/15 - Update On Tax Clearance Expiry Dates & eTax Clearance

08 September 2015

 eRCT Site Identified Number​ 

09 February 2015

Rent A Room Relief ​ 

03 February 2015

Annual membership fees of a professional body ​- employees and office holders

03 February 2015

Revenue eBrief 10/15 ​- Sub-postmasters & Social Welfare Branch Managers - TAX & PRSI 

24 January 2015

CGT Deadline

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