With PAYE Modernisation coming to Ireland in January 2019, now is the perfect time to check that your payroll processes are fully compliant with PAYE requirements. The new process will require businesses to report pay, tax and deductions to Revenue with every payroll run. As a result, there will be greater pressure to make […]
If you read our previous blog introducing PAYE Modernisation, you’ll know that it will require employers to submit information to Revenue in real time. When the payroll is run, employers will need to notify revenue of the payments and deductions for each employee. This represents a fundamental shift in how payroll is managed. Currently, […]
You might have heard that there’s a big shake-up coming to the way that income tax is calculated and reported. PAYE Modernisation is described by Revenue as “the most significant reform of the administration of the PAYE system in over 50 years”. It addresses a number of changes in society that have happened over that […]
Five key things you (and your clients) need to know The Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 (the “2017 Act”) was signed into law in May, the provisions of which generally came into force on 9th June. It’s a substantial piece of legislation which makes several amendments to the Companies Act 2014 – notably the form, content […]
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