What are the Income Supports available when Starting a Business?
Limerick Local Enterprise Week Event
Wednesday 4th March – 1.30 to 4pm – ENGINE, Upper Cecil Street
Speaker: Robert Kelly, Irish National Organisation for the Unemployed (INOU)
Launching your own business and creating a sustainable income can be a challenge. Is it possible to start your own small business and still avail of State Income supports?
This seminar will explain the Self-Employment options open to you and will cover topics such as:
- Back to Work Enterprise Allowance (BTWEA)
- Means Testing & related issues for Social Welfare payments and Self-Employment
- General Welfare Rights Information on work / part-time employment and secondary benefits
The seminar will include a Q & A session at the end and one-to-one consultation with participants.
Speaker: Robert Kelly, Irish National Organisation for the Unemployed (INOU) – The INOU Information & Advocacy Services are recognised as experts in the field of Welfare Rights. The INOU provides a range of Welfare to Work Information and Skills-Based Training Services covering topics such as Welfare to Work, Social Welfare Appeals & Taxation.
Date: Wednesday 4th March
Time: 1.30pm to 4pm (Tea/coffee on arrival – seminar starts at 2pm)
Venue: ENGINE, Upper Cecil Street
Cost: FREE OF CHARGE
Bookings: Contact Jane O’Mahony on 061 419388 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org