SFA membership subscription 2016

Firstly, can I thank you for your continued membership and support throughout 2015, it’s very much appreciated. We hope that your business is benefitting from being part of the Small Firms Association and the support we have provided in what has been a very significant year for business in Ireland.

We have worked to influence the commercial environment on your behalf, ensuring that small business is kept at the heart of government policy-making and delivering tangible wins for your organisation. Undoubtedly 2016 will bring new challenges and opportunities but we face into them with a growing sense of confidence and optimism.

We continue to invest in the high level of service members require, and encourage you to make use of our expert advice services, along with the extensive networking and sales opportunities we provide for you to other members, through our events and members web portal on www.sfa.ie.

2016 membership invoices were issued by post in December 2015 and you have a range of payment options.

You have the option of paying by direct debit by making a once off or recurring (monthly/quarterly) payment. Please visit www.sfa.ie/directdebit where you can submit your details electronically. 

Alternatively, you may choose to pay your membership fee in full by cheque, electronic transfer or online at www.sfa.ie/invoice. 

The SFA bank details are:

Bank  -  Bank of Ireland

Bank Address  -  2 College Green, Dublin 2

Account Name  -  SFA / Ibec

Bank Account  -  10025922

Sort Code  -  90-00-17


IBAN  -  IE97BOFI90001710025922

Vat Number  -  IE 0051524W

From Wednesday, 10 February 2016, all individual company passwords to www.sfa.ie will no longer enable you to log on to the members only area of the website.  This will only be re-enabled on receipt of subscription.

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SFA E-Zine – The Tuesday Edition
SFA membership subscription 2016
Are you recruiting the right people? Top recruitment tips for small business
New Central Bank Regulations for firms lending to small and medium sized enterprises from 2016
Write off up to €120,000 of corporation tax in your first three years of trading
American Chamber of Commerce Ireland Research Awards
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Webinar - Government supports for your business
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