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Minimum wage increase to €9.80 from 1st January 2019

Minimum wage increase to €9.80 from 1st January 2019

From the 1st January 2019, the minimum wage in Ireland has increased to €9.80 an hour with lower rates applicable for younger and less experienced workers.   Please click on the following link for more information ->>   https://www.workplacerelations.ie/en/news-media/Workplace_Relations_Notices/Increase_in_National_Minimum_Wage_and_board_and_lodgings_rates_from_1_January_2019.html

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PAYE Modernisation – Information for Employers and Employees

PAYE Modernisation – Information for Employers and Employees

Real time reporting of payroll information will commence from 1 January 2019. We advise all employers to notify their employees of the changes and to ensure that employees have their Revenue myAccount set up. By having access to myAccount, employees can update their personal details, review their tax affairs and view allocation of tax bands and tax credits in their

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Revenue release an Important End of Year Notice to Employers and Pension Providers

Revenue release an Important End of Year Notice to Employers and Pension Providers

This is a very important read for anyone who is an employer. Revenue have released an Important End of Year Notice to Employers and Pension Providers. This provides a summary of the key changes coming into effect in 2019 with PAYE Modernisation.   Click on the following to read the notice –  Important End of Year Notice to Employers and

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Revenue to hold PAYE Modernisation Seminars

Revenue to hold PAYE Modernisation Seminars

  Revenue is hosting free regional seminars for employers and tax agents from September 2018 on how to prepare for PAYE modernisation. Tickets will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. To select a date, location and venue that suits you, please follow the appropriate link below. https://www.revenue.ie/…/paye-modernisa…/seminars/index.aspx

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PAYE Modernisation

PAYE Modernisation

  From January 2019 there are important changes being made to the Irish payroll system. The new system known as PAYE Modernisation will greatly change how employee’s taxes are reported to Revenue. Employees Income Tax, PRSI and USC will be reported to Revenue on or before the date the employee is paid. This new system is a form of real

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Minimum Wage Increase from 1st January 2018

Minimum Wage Increase from 1st January 2018

The Minimum Wage in Ireland increased to €9.55 per hour on 1st January 2018 with lower rates applicable for younger and less experienced workers. Please click on the following link for more information ->>   http://www.workplacerelations.ie/en/What_You_Should_Know/Wages_and_Methods_of_Payments/National_Minimum_Wage.html

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Subsidised dentistry and free glasses benefits is to return this week

Subsidised dentistry and free glasses benefits is to return this week

  Around 2.5 million people who are covered by PRSI will be entitled to a number of subsidised dental treatments and optical benefits – including a free pair of glasses – from this week. For more read the following article –>> https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/health/how-subsidised-dentistry-and-free-glasses-benefits-is-to-return-this-week-36272432.html

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Tax Return Deadline 2016 – Moran McNamara share some helpful information

Tax Return Deadline 2016 – Moran McNamara share some helpful information

    As the deadline for filing the 2016 tax return fast approaches, the following is a recent article in the Leitrim Observer where we share some helpful information for completing the return. For more read the article below — >>  

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Third rate of tax for middle income-earners proposed

Third rate of tax for middle income-earners proposed

Third rate of tax for middle income-earners proposed under plans being developed by the Government.   Click on the following link for more –>> http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/third-rate-of-tax-for-middle-income-earners-proposed-456826.html

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Minimum wage set to increase to €9.55 from January 2018

Minimum wage set to increase to €9.55 from January 2018

    Taoiseach Varadkar announced yesterday that the Minimum wage will increase to €9.55 from 1st January 2018. Click on the following link for more –>>   http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/politics/minimum-wage-set-to-increase-to-955-from-january-varadkar-confirms-an-important-step-in-the-right-direction-35943219.html

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