Dummies Guide to Payroll in Ireland

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Setting up a company Payroll in Ireland for the first time? Finally got to the stage when you can afford to pay an employee and perhaps even yourself but don’t know where to start? Firstly, WELL DONE It’s a huge achievement to be at the stage that you can afford to pay yourself and others. For the novice, running a … Read More

Revenue Payroll Notification Update

The Revenue Payroll Notification is where Revenue publish the tax details for an employee. This blog posts covers some of the changes in this revenue payroll notification update. The RPN’s used to be called a P2C files, or employee tax certificates. They are possibly the most important piece of information that we download from Revenue. Each Employment of an individual … Read More

Switching Payroll Systems

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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