Accounting Services Kerry is a new firm of Certified Accountants that has been established to meet the financial services needs of individuals and businesses in Kerry.

The principal is Andrew O’ Connor FCCA who has over 20 years experience working across a range of financial disciplines in a number of industries throughout the SME and Multinational Sectors.

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Family Businesses

Family run businesses are the back-bone of the Kerry economy. We use our depth of expertise and experience to help nurture these vital businesses.

Limited Companies

Our services for Limited Companies are tailored to the needs and size of the client.

Business Start-Ups

At each step of the start-up process we will work closely with you to guide you through the process.


We will ensure that your farming affairs are structured in a way to minimise the tax that you will pay .


We provide a complete range of specialist services for Not-for-Profit organisations and charitiess.


Tourism is Kerry’s biggest industry, we understand that and can help you better manage your finances.

Property Management

We offer support for Property Management in accordance with the Companies acts 2014.



Make us your chosen Accountant in Kerry. Accounting Services Kerry offer a full array of financial and accounting services across the Kerry Region. These range from bookkeeping and regulatory returns, to Pensions and Investment advice. Click below to find our full list of services.

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