Employee Net Pay Arrangements

Employee net pay arrangements are where the employer has agreed to pay the employee an amount of money in-hand, after taxes have been deducted. This arrangement is generally discouraged by Revenue, and most business advisors, but is not prohibited. The arrangement is most often found in the construction sector, or where an employee might be paid in cash. The main … Read More

Personal Mileage Expense

man driving car

We’ve updated the Personal Mileage journey entry form following user feedback. New features added: We pre-populate the journey form with the details of the employees last approved vehicle, destinations and distance. You can enter multiple journeys in the one claim form. You can copy individual journeys within the same claim form. If you’re an administrator you can submit the journey … Read More

Revenue RPN Page

The Revenue Payroll Notification page has received some love and attention. The update provide the following additional features: Each RPN has a dropdown button to view previous versions of the RPN. This can be used to investigate any changes to employee tax status. You can choose to make an older version active again, useful for entering historic pay run cycles. … Read More

Xero Account Mapping Rules

We have added custom mapping rules to the Xero/Parolla account synchronisation process. The new rules allow you to post to specific Xero accounts based on the details of an individual employee. Rules can be created for departments, regions, or individual employees. If no rules are present, or if an employee doesn’t apply to any of the rules, then they are … Read More

Updated New Employee Wizard

The new employee wizard has been updated and reintroduced to streamline workflow. Some of the changes include: The very first step of the wizard creates or imports Revenue RPN details. A new auto numbering system can generate the next available employee payroll/works number. The number of mandatory fields have been reduced There is an early finish button is available once … Read More

Outage Update – 24th May 2019

We’ve moved app.parolla.ie to our disaster recovery site. The domain name is updating at the moment to point to the DR servers. You can access them directly at http://217.78.6.11/login. If you can, please wait until the site is back online. Contact us on chat and we will send you an email when the issue is resolved. Thank you.

System outage 11:45am, Friday 24th May 2019

Our server host is having an issue with the Hypervisor running our Load Balancer. The https://app.parolla.ie site is unavailable. We apologise for the inconvenience. If you would like to receive an email when service is restored, please leave a note in the chat system. We also have an offline version of the site, backed up at 3am this morning. We … Read More

Switching Payroll Systems

time for change

Under the new PAYE Modernisation system in 2019 it is now much simpler to switch payroll software system during the year. That is because each month is treated as its own mini end of year return. The pay run submissions now contain all the information required. Previously, the full picture was only given to Revenue in the end of year … Read More

Revenue Hot Topics

Revenue hot topics

Did you know that Revenue have a web page devoted to keeping you updated on common 2019 PAYE modernisation issues? The Hot Topics page can be found here (https://www.revenue.ie/en/employing-people/paye-modernisation/hot-topics/index.aspx) At the moment it covers issues such as: Duplicate Employments, reasons they may have been created and how to clean them up. Reasons why users may experience difficulties accessing ROS Reasons … Read More

PAYE Modernisation – One month on

PAYE Modernisation arrived with great anticipation on the 1st January 2019. It’s been a busy month but an exciting one for us here at Parolla. As with any new system which effects so many people it has not been without its challenges. However, issues have been limited and considering the enormity of the project the Revenue should be commended for … Read More