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RTD Reporting in Sage 50

Would you like to learn how to set-up Return of Trading Details (RTD) Reports in Sage 50? If so, register now to watch the recording and we will walk you through the process!rtd reporting in sage 50

If you’re VAT registered, you must submit an annual return of trading details (RTD) form to Revenue. The RTD provides a breakdown of the supply of goods and services, imports and deductible inputs that apply during your financial year. This includes all Irish, Intra-EU and non-EU trade transactions.

The annual period of the RTD is generally based on your company’s accounting period for corporation tax. The due date for RTD submission is the 19th of the month following the month in which your accounting period ends. For example, if your accounting period ends on 31 August, you must submit your return by the 19 September.

In Sage Accounts, you can generate the RTD values for a specific period, then copy this information to the official Revenue form. If you’re a registered Revenue Online Service (ROS) customer, you can complete this form online via the ROS website – www.ros.ie

https://pimbrook.ie/rtd-reporting-sage-50/

Sage Accounting Software for Hospitality

In this Online recording, we demonstrate Sage 50 Accounting software designed to let you focus on delivering the best customer service, increasing your revenue, and reducing your costs.

The key items demonstrated will include:

  • Purchase Orders & Invoice Management
  • Cost Centres & Departments
  • Systems Integration
  • Reporting

Who are Pimbrook?

Pimbrook Software is a multi-award winning provider of Sage Software & Support to the SME market in Ireland.

Providing fast, reliable & superior Support for Sage Software users, Pimbrook currently service over 1500 clients and reported 98% satisfaction via on-going customer care calls.

Smovey's are suitable for all levels of fitness and abilities and we have a huge range of classes available including some specifically for the Active Retired, We work on improving your core strength, mobility, balance, coordination and building your fitness levels so why not come along and try out a class and see what you think.

  • Monday 11am Chair SMOGA for the Active Retired - a nice mixture of chair Yoga and Smovey
  • Tuesday 9.15am SMOGA for beginners - a nice gentle stretching class of Yoga using Smovey
  • Wednesday 12.30 Smovey for beginners 
  • Thursday 4pm Smovey for the Active Retired 

Your first class is free, if you would like to book in please call/text 085 8525766 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or you can contact us through Facebook - Smovey Health 

Mary DarlingtonMary Darlington of Darlington Consulting, who is based in Waterford, has been invited to give the keynote address on “The Essence of Safety Leadership” at the Health and Safety Review Conference on 14th May 2020 at the Red Cow Moran Hotel, Dublin.

Mary, a Chartered Fellow of Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, is acknowledged as Ireland’s thought leader on Safety Leadership in the workplace.

The theme of the Health and Safety Review Conference this year is “Leadership and Vision - driving EOSH performance”. It is one of Ireland’s largest and most prestigious conferences and over 200 delegates are expected on the day.

For more information or to book a place please go to:

https://www.healthandsafetyreview.ie/conference-details/9

Solas Centre BalloonsIn marking World Cancer Day on February 4th the Solas Cancer Support Centre announced that 964 clients were supported by the charity in 2019. This figure marks an unprecedented 25% growth in client numbers from the previous year. The orange balloons reflect the 2018 client numbers and the green balloons signify the increase of the additional 255 clients in 2019.

Chair Dee Jacques explains what this means to the charity: ‘When we reflect on our work during 2019 we are extremely proud to have supported so many families in Waterford and the South East who have been affected by a cancer diagnosis. 255 extra clients engaged with the service in 2019 and the Board of Trustees are particularly pleased to see the growth of the West Waterford service based in Dungarvan’.

‘This increase in client numbers is a positive reflection on the standard and range of services we offer our clients. People are often surprised to hear that our services are free and we thank our donors and fundraisers in supporting the charity each and every year. In 2019 the running costs of the service was over €650,000 and we simply could not operate without the financial support of the community as we do not receive any Government funding. As client numbers continue to grow we are making plans for 2020 to raise additional funds to meet the growing demand’.

The free support services are available to those affected by cancer, their families and carers in the Waterford and the South East. A wide range of services are available including Reflexology, Massage, Reiki, Counselling, Meditation, Yoga and Art Psychotherapy for children and adolescents.

For enquiries please call the Solas Cancer Support Centre on 051 304604 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Threatre Royal Pat ColdrickDate: 22nd February

Pat Coldrick is an Irish classical guitarist and composer who has been working for the past six years at home but has also performed recitals in Europe, the USA and Russia. Pat has been described as ‘pushing the boundaries of classical guitar’ with his musical interpretations and compositions and has made classical guitar exciting, interesting and more accessible to music lovers in general. Through his interpretation of music and by exploring and embracing new technologies he strives to enhance the dynamics of the classical guitar and bring his music to a wider audience both at home and abroad.

Pat’s musical formation has not followed normal traditional lines. He is mainly self-taught and in a relatively short period of time he has put together an impressive body of work and has gained considerable recognition throughout Ireland and internationally both as a performer and composer. Pat’s skilful and atmospheric connection with his audience is an art form in itself and is in total contrast to other more formal classical performances. He has a very easy going, laid back and unassuming approach and the approach to audiences at his live shows is to entertain rather than educate.

Starts @ 8 p.m. Tickets €21 available from 051-874402 or www.theatreroyal.ie

Smovey Health Irene TreacySmovey Health is thrilled to be starting back our 5 week Helping People with Parkinson’s course with lots of new material.

This 5 week course has been designed to improve daily life for people with a neurological disorders. Over the 5 weeks we will be concentrating on simple but effective mental & physical exercises that can be used at home to help ease some of your symptoms.

Irene Treacy will be incorporating a lot of her pd warrior training which are fun games, plus doing face yoga to prevent masking, falls prevention, breathing techniques, meditation, chair yoga, smoveyMED just to name a few.

This is a brand new course and will be more physical and interactive than ever before.

Plus we have optional tea/coffee and chat afterwards which is always lovely and social; see how everybody is getting on and a great opportunity to pick up new tricks and tips from everybody else.

This course is starting Thursday 13th Feb from 10.00 to 11.30am with optional tea/coffee after.

The cost of this is €70.00 for the 5 weeks or €15 per week

To reserve your space please go to www.helpingpeoplewithparkinsons.com or call/text 085 8525766

Irene Treacy is the course instructor and is a Parkinson’s Coach, Yoga & Meditation Teacher specializing in brain Injuries.
PD Warrior, Parkinson’s regeneration trained and a Smovey Instructor

SEAM Boston Scientific AwardWIT’s SEAM (South Eastern Applied Materials Centre) Research Centre in WIT’s School of Engineering has won Industry Research Partnership of the Year award with Boston Scientific Clonmel in the IMR Manufacturing & Supply Chain Awards 2020.

The awards ceremony was held in Citywest, Dublin on 29 January 2020 and SEAM was up against Wyeth Nutrition.

This IMR award category recognises the achievements of outstanding contribution to industry research through partnerships between companies and or academic institutions. The award honours research and innovation partners and companies, who have collaborated to create new products, service or formulations and have demonstrated innovation within the last 12 months.

Dr Ramesh Raghavendra, Director of SEAM Research Centre, WIT said: “We are very pleased to win this Industry Research Partnership award as it recognises our ability to build strong relationships  with industries and carry out applied research that fosters innovation, jobs and economic growth. This particular award acknowledges our good working relationship with Boston Scientific Clonmel and collaborative nature of research in the area of additive manufacturing (3D printing) that had huge positive impacts for both organisations.”

Kevin O’Riordan, Senior Manager R & D, Boston Scientific Clonmel remarked: “Excellent achievement in getting this award. This is a great way to highlight and acknowledge the work completed through the partnership that has been between Boston & SEAM over the last few years”.

Previously SEAM has won a prestigious Knowledge transfer Ireland (KTI) award under the industrial consultancy category has also a KTI finalist under industrial collaborative research with Sulzer in 2016 and with Boston Clonmel, Schivo and Lisnabrin in 2018.

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