Monday September 21, 2020

From payroll to payday

13th December, 2015
Helena Holdwright, director of IPASS

With Irish employers processing €70 billion in wages each year and collecting around €22 billion in statutory deductions, there is no doubt that having trained payroll staff is important. Yet according to the Irish Payroll Association (IPASS) a huge number of companies don’t have specially trained staff handling their payroll functions.

“There is a huge responsibility on the people making payments and collecting taxes to get it right and unfortunately when it does...

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