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About Hickey and Co Accountants

Hickey & Associates is a leading independent firm of Chartered Accountants, Registered Auditors and Business Advisors.

Hickey & Associates operate from an office in Unit 2, The Bowling Green, White Street, Cork, T12 V3WY. The firm, a specialist Chartered Accountancy and Registered Auditing firm, was formed in 1981 by Nigel Hickey, an FCA, and is regulated by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.

We have a team of expert qualified accountants and experienced business advisors specialising in servicing the needs of small to medium sized enterprises and owner-managed businesses. Our team is committed to the highest standards and to supporting your business activities in this ever-changing business environment.

We are an established, pro-active, independent firm, geared for providing an expert, professional, and personal service, both promptly and efficiently. One of the firm's priorities is delivering a high service level with an emphasis on understanding our client's requirements. This understanding enables us to provide the expertise and knowledge to arrive at the right solution for each client. We pride ourselves on this friendly and individual service, tailored to meet personal and business needs and on our ability to make difficult decisions from our practical experience.

Since the Practice was established we have developed a broad client base and expanded our range of services. With our technical and commercial expertise, our commitment to clients, our state of the art IT infrastructure and the use of secure online services, we ensure that our clients are kept up to date with the latest information available. Whatever your business needs we can meet them in the most efficient and effective manner.

Latest News

17 March 2018

‘Reservations’ on EU digital tax plan

The Government continues to have “reservations” over proposals by the European Commission, which are likely to recommend next week levying a 3% tax on the sales of major online companies. However, the Government believes the debate over the plans will be long drawn out, say officials.

17 March 2018

‘Delay’ in first mortgage rate increases

Comments by ECB chief economist over the steep path inflation still has to take may mean mortgage rates here stay lower for longer, an economist has said.

17 March 2018

PP shares avoid Cheltenham hurdle

It may have largely been a Cheltenham week to forget for bookmakers but the punter-friendly results have not led to a fall for industry leaders like Paddy Power.
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