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.
Arrange an initial consultation
Arrange an initial consultation during we offer as much advise as we can based on information you provide to us. You'll receive a competitive fixed quote normally provided at the meeting for your consultation. The meeting is completely without obligation. If you already have an accountant, the changeover is very simple and we take care of it for you. Please either contact us directly or complete and submit the form below.
This site is updated regularly with industry and practice news.
EU leaders to focus on risk of banking contagion
EU leaders meeting for the second day of a summit in Brussels will be briefed by the European Central Bank about the risks of contagion in the banking sector. It follows the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank in the US and the subsequent takeover of Credit Suisse by UBS. ECB President Christine Lagarde will update […]Learn More
Decline in switching activity leads to drop in new mortgage approvals in February
A decline in switching activity following a busy period that saw many borrowers lock in fixed rates, contributed to a fall in new mortgage lending last month according to new data. Mortgage approvals fell by 13.3% in February when compared to the same month last year, the information from the Banking and Payments Federation Ireland […]Learn More
35% of consumers struggling to cope with inflation – study
The latest monthly Credit Union Consumer Sentiment Survey has found that 35% of consumers said they are struggling to cope with the impact of inflation on their household finances. Over 55% of respondents said inflation has caused a worsening in their financial circumstances, but they are managing to cope and just 7% said they were […]Learn More