Whether you are new to Irish payroll or have years of experience, you will not find a more comprehensive or useful course.
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Why you should attend
This is an essential training course for anyone who is responsible for processing Irish payrolls.
Most people working in payroll have no structured training and they have to operate on the basis of what they have ‘picked up’ over the years. The material covered is presented in a jargon-free, easy to understand format and is immediately practical to one’s work as a payroll professional.
What you will learn
This practical course deals with all of the issues, which are important to anyone either working in, or responsible for, the payroll function.
The course covers all of the essential rules in the operation of PAYE, Pay Related Social Insurance (PRSI) and the Universal Social Charge (USC). It outlines the right and obligations of both employers and employees.
It uses clear examples to illustrate many of the points raised.
- Revenue terminology – the lecturer will discuss and explain many of the terms used in the operation of PAYE
- Operation and calculation of PAYE
- Tax credits and standard rate cut off point explained in detail
- Commencements with and without a P45 to include new jobs and pensions service
- Temporary and emergency basis with and without a personal public sector number
- Week one/month one (non-cumulative) basis
- Week 53 to include rules for the Universal Social Charge in week 53
- The pay-related social insurance system as it applies to both employers and employees to include the tapered PRSI credit
- The Universal Social Charge dealt with in detail to include new reduced rates
- Revenue forms - P30, P35, P35L, P35L/T, P35LF, P60 and P45
- Introduction to PAYE modernisation
Pricing and booking information
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0121 712 1063.
Closing date for bookings is two weeks prior to the course date.
The CIPP can offer in-house delivery on most training courses.
In-house delivery can be very attractive for organisations as they can train large numbers of employees* at a reduced rate, without the additional associated costs, such as travel and 'lost time'.
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*Minimum number of delegates apply