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CWPS Pension Contribution Rates increase from October 1st 2019

The Construction Workers’ Pension Scheme (CWPS) is an industry-wide pension scheme, providing low cost pension and protection benefits for workers in the construction and related industries. CWPS satisfies the conditions of the Sectoral Employment Orders for the construction sector as it provides retirement benefits as well as sick pay and death in service benefits for

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Employer Payroll Obligations from January 1st 2019

Every employer must report payroll information to Revenue at the time they pay their employees. The Revenue Payroll Notification (RPN) has replaced the P2C. Employers must retrieve an up to date RPN for each employee before the payroll is run. This ensures employers are using the correct credits and cut-off point for their employees. The

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Are you aware of the changes to the allowable subsistence rates from July 1st 2019?

As and from July 1st 2019, Revenue has issued new domestic subsistence rates. Where employees necessarily incur expenses of travel and subsistence relating to that travel in the performance of the duties of their office or employment, the reimbursement of such expenses may, within certain limits be made tax-free. The conditions under which the reimbursement

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What is PAYE Modernisation

Overview With effect from January 1st 2019, the PAYE system operated by the Revenue Commissioners is being redesigned. The PAYE Modernisation Project will be a new real time reporting regime operational for all employee payments. Employers will need to calculate and report their employees’ pay and deductions as they are being paid.The file containing all

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What are the reporting requirements of PAYE Modernisation

The way an employer will report employees’ pay and payroll deductions to Revenue will change to real time reporting with effect from January 1st 2019. This means that the current returns reported to Revenue such as P30’s, P35’s, P45’s and P60’s will all be abolished. What will this real time reporting involve? Each time an

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National Minimum Wage Increase 2018

With effect from 1st January 2018 the National Minimum Wage is to increase. The national minimum wage for an experienced adult is to increase by 30cent per hour with effect from 1st January 2018 to €9.55 per hour. An experienced adult worker for the purposes of the National Minimum Wage Act is an employee who

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16 Things You Should Know About Payroll

Every company battles with your payroll services, to help you, we’ve compiled a list of FAQs which cover the key aspects of compliant payroll. What rate of income tax will apply to my income? Income tax is charged on employment income arising in Ireland.  The standard rate of tax is 20% and the higher rate