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14 October 2020 - Payroll News

Budget 2021 – An Employers Guide

An Employers Guide to Budget 2021 In an unprecedented Budget Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has announced a total budgetary package amounting to €17.75 billion. But what does it mean for Irish employers? In this article we break-down what Budget 2021 means for you, your business…

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16 September 2020 - Payroll Management

ISO & Me – An introduction to Audrey O’Shea

About ISO Our payroll service has recently been accredited with ISO 9001 – Quality Management Systems and ISO 27001 Information Security Standards. Achieving ISO accreditation means better risk and quality management for our clients. Although accuracy and regulatory compliance has long been at the forefront of…

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09 September 2020 - FAQ

Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS) Q&A

Frequently Asked Questions on the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS)   The Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme will replace the current Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme (TWSS) for Irish employers from 1st September. The scheme is expected to run until the end of March 2021, and the switch…

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18 August 2020 - Payroll News

The Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme – What We Know So Far

From 1st September, the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS) will replace the current Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme (TWSS) for Irish employers. The change over will bring about a significant impact on many organisations’ inhouse and outsourced payroll service.   As outlined in the Revenue guidelines issued…

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22 July 2020 - Payroll Management

Payroll Audit: A Step-by-Step Guide

How to conduct a Payroll Audit Why do I need a Payroll Audit? Whether you are trying to ensure your payroll processes are accurate and compliant, or your organisation is preparing for an inspection from a regulatory body such as Revenue or the Workplace Relations Commission,…

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22 July 2020 - Payroll Management

The Truth about Payroll Audits

The Importance of Payroll Audits Payroll processing is a vitally important function within any organisation.  With wages typically accounting for half of all business expenditures, errors in the calculation of salaries, deductions, benefits, and allowances could result in over-payments which cumulatively over time may threaten the…

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Challenging Times for Payroll Processors Ahead

With lockdown restrictions easing across Ireland and COVID-19 recovery running ahead of schedule, businesses and payroll processors are optimistic that a return to “normal” is now within sight. Although a safe return to the ‘new normal’ is welcomed by payroll companies and businesses in general, it…

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02 October 2019 - News, Payroll Tips & Insights

Small Benefit Exemption – Gifts

Employers can provide employees with a small benefit exemption to a maximum value of €500 once in any tax year. With Christmas approaching, and usually a popular time for giving bonuses, it’s worth ensuring you are up to date on the rules governing this area. The…

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10 September 2019 - Blog, News

New changes to parental leave

New Changes As of September 1st 2019, the Parental Leave Act has introduced some new changes: An extension to the number of week’s parents can take. Previously, parents could take 18 weeks parental leave under the Parental Leave (Amendment) Act 2019. As of September 1ST 2019, this has…

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07 August 2019 - Blog, Tip of the Month

Relocating to Ireland for Employment

Every individual living, or relocating to Ireland, and in employment needs to have a Personal Public Service (PPS) Number, a unique reference number used to access social welfare benefits, public services, and information in Ireland. State agencies such as the DEASP, Revenue Commissioners and Health Service…

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