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COMPANY INVOLUNTARY STRIKE OFF AND CRO RESTORATION
Involuntary Strike Off Reasons
The Companies Registration Office (CRO) can have a company struck off its Register if:
(a) The company has failed to make an Annual Return.
(b) The CRO believe that the company does not have:
- A European Economic Area (EEA) resident director or
- A Section 137 Bond if the director is non resident in the EEA or
- A real continuous economic link to the State.
(c) The company is being shutdown and the CRO believes that no liquidator is acting.
(d) The company is being shutdown and the CRO believes the company is fully shutdown and returns by the liquidator have not been made for a period of six consecutive months.
(e) There are no persons recorded in the Register as being current directors of the company.
(f) The Revenue has given notice to the CRO that the company has failed to file Form 11F under Section 882 Taxes Consolidation Act 1997.
A SURE INVESTMENT - STARTUP REFUNDS FOR ENTREPRENEURS
SURE - Startup Refunds for Entrepreneurs is a tax relief incentive scheme.
You may be entitled to an income tax refund of up to 41% of the capital that you invest in your own company under SURE. Depending on the size of your investment you may be entitled to a refund of income tax paid over the 6 years prior to the year in which you invest.
The conditions for SURE are that an investor must: