Who we are
Our accountants in Howlett Kavanagh are chartered accountants with many years’ practical experience in assisting clients in business.
Chartered accountants (CAs) are members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland (ICAI), Ireland’s largest and most prestigious accountancy body.
ICAI has a strict code of ethics and all members must maintain the highest standards of integrity, professional independence and confidentiality. All Chartered Accountants working in practice must obtain a Practising Certificate and abide by the practice regulations of ICAI-this ensures the highest level of service for you, the client.
Why Howlett Kavanagh?
In organising your financial affairs you need someone with professional qualifications, experience and integrity. It can takes years before the mistakes made by an unqualified accountant come to light - and by then it may be too late to correct them. So for peace of mind and the best service, contact Howlett Kavanagh.
Chartered Accountants are widely recognised as Ireland’s premier business professionals. They have come through a rigorous regime of training and examinations, combined with practical experience within a structured training contract. This is what makes a CA different to any other accountant and it is this unique training and experience which enables CAs to give you high quality independent advice on any aspect of your financial affairs.
Howlett Kavanagh partners deal with local businesses, small/medium sized companies, personal and corporate taxation issues, pension advice, statutory compliance requirements and business planning and decision making for clients to name a few of the services provided. Our clients operate in many sectors of business – construction and development, professional services, retail, manufacturing and distribution.
A "one stop shop"
Howlett Kavanagh staff are qualified to deal with your business needs. Whether you are just starting up in business, expanding or considering taking early retirement, we will be able to advise you on the financial and taxation implications of each step along the way.