Welcome to Mulhern Leonard & Associates

We are a progressive medium sized firm of Chartered Accountants with offices in Sligo and Boyle, Co. Roscommon. We specialise in services to small, medium and large sized businesses and have acquired a wealth of experience in this area. We understand the many pressures involved in running a business and offer our clients an unrivalled level of support.

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This site is updated regularly with industry and practice news.

Dublin pips Paris to become dearest city in Eurozone

26th June 2018

Dublin is now the costliest city in the Eurozone to live in for expats, having overtaken Paris, according to a new survey. The capital is also ranked 32 among the world’s most expensive cities. It shot up the league table from number 66, primarily as a result of the strength of the euro compared to […]

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Why you should work for a startup over a corporate

26th June 2018

Corporations like Google, Facebook and Airbnb are some of the most coveted workplaces in the world and consistently top the best places to work lists. It’s not too surprising; established companies have a lot to offer employees; an array of perks and benefits, security, clearly defined progression opportunities and a comfortable salary. Can a startup […]

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Bitcoin slides 70pc from $20,000 high

25th June 2018

Bitcoin dropped to the lowest level this year as pressure mounts on the embryonic digital-currency sector, with global central bankers raising questions of viability and government regulators increasing scrutiny. The biggest virtual currency fell as much as 5.1pc to $5,832.68 (€5,000) yesterday, piercing the previous low of the year of $5,920.72 (€5,074) that was set […]

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