Understanding and applying payroll legislation changes for tax year 2013

By Shauna Crawley, Marketing Specialist at Sage

Payroll Legislation TrainingDid you know that as an employer in Ireland, it is your responsibility to implement the latest budget and Revenue Legislation changes in your company? With the wide array of Revenue Budget changes coming into effect from July 2013, Sage has created a half day training course covering the areas vital for any employer in Ireland.

This course will take you through the changes in Revenue Legislation and how to process this through your Sage payroll software.

Course Content

Local Property Tax (LPT)

LPT processing through Sage Payroll Software for inclusion on Revenue Payroll Reports.

SEPA (Single Euro Payment Area)

Audit of your Company and Employee Records to commence setup for SEPA.

DSP Maternity Benefit Processing

Review how to record DSP Maternity Benefit through Sage Payroll Software where an employee is paid in full or in part by their Employer and consider other legislation regarding unpaid maternity leave.

DSP Illness Benefit

Review how to record DSP Illness Benefit through Sage Payroll Software for inclusion on Revenue Payroll Reports, we will cover Paid, Part Paid and Unpaid Illness Benefit.

Holiday Processing

Review setup and process of holiday pay in line with the O.W.T.A. (Organisation for Working Time Act) for advancing employees’ wages.

Changes effective January & March

Reminder of some payroll & legislation items that changed for January and March 2013.

For a list of available dates or to book a palce on this workshop call 1890 88 20 40 or view the upcoming training courses on our website.

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