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Boyzone accounts show profits drop

Boyzone, Ireland’s answer to Take That, may be back on stage, but their finances have taken a dent after they moved to tidy up some of the companies set up to handle their financial affairs.

25th June, 2011

Boyzone, Ireland’s answer to Take That, may be back on stage, but their finances have taken a dent after they moved to tidy up some of the companies set up to handle their financial affairs.

New accounts for the band’s main company, Lunaria, show accumulated profits fell by more than €185,000 last year.

The firm had profits of €133,684 at the end of August last year, down from €318,991 a year...

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