The Registrar of Companies has extended the deadline for the filing of annual returns to 11 June.
The Registrar said it has taken the decision to further extend the deadline, "in light of difficulties experienced by presenters in filing annual returns in the run up to the filing deadline."
The CRO said it is continuing to work on resolving the issues experienced by some.
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The Minister for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, Robert Troy welcomed the decision.
"I welcome the decision by the Registrar to extend the filing deadline for Annual returns, in recognition of the difficulties being experienced by some businesses and their professional advisers in relation to filing obligations.
"This will give much needed breathing space for those who are currently experiencing difficulties and have not yet completed filing," he said.