The Revenue will be exhibiting and taking questions from jobseekers on 21st November
If you’ve any questions for the Revenue you can talk to their team at Virtual Recruitment Expo. Sign-up and create your profile today and meet a diverse range of exhibitors hiring and lending advice for jobseekers on 21st November.
About the Revenue
Since 1 January 2019, employers have been reporting their employees’ pay and tax deductions to Revenue on or before they pay them. These new reporting obligations involve the most significant changes to the Pay As You Earn (PAYE)
Employees will now also have increased transparency of their pay and tax information, this includes:
- the ability to maximise the use of your entitlements
- the availability of real time accurate data through online systems
- clear information about the deductions being reported to Revenue on your behalf.
When an employee changes jobs or start a new job, their employer will notify Revenue of your start date or leave date through the payroll submission. Their employer will no longer issue a Form P45. They will instead enter a leaving date when submitting details of the employee’s final pay and deductions to Revenue.
All the above services are available through myAccount. Registration is simple and straightforward and is the fastest way to manage your tax affairs.