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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Business News

This site is updated regularly with industry and practice news.

Annual rate of inflation eases to 8.9% in November

8th December 2022

The annual rate of inflation, as measured by the Consumer Price Index, moderated to 8.9% in November, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show today. This compares to an annual rate of 9.2% in October – a 38 year high. Today’s CSO figures show that food prices continued to rise but the price of […]

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Wage growth tracker shows first slowdown in over a year

8th December 2022

Wage growth in November slowed across economies in Europe, the UK and the US, according to the Indeed Wage Tracker published by the online jobs site Indeed.com. Its reading for Ireland shows annual wage growth slowing from a peak of 5.2% in July and August to 4.6% in November. The tracker, developed by economists from […]

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48% of Ireland’s electricity provided by wind in November

8th December 2022

New figures show that wind energy provided 48% of the country’s electricity in November, which means it was the biggest source of electricity in Ireland last month. Wind Energy Ireland said that wind energy has supplied 34% of Ireland’s electricity demand this year to the end of November. It said this marked the best November […]

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