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Computer glitch may scupper levy

Computer problems could delay the application of the public sector pension levy, which is due to come into force tomorrow.

28th February, 2009

Computer problems could delay the application of the public sector pension levy, which is due to come into force tomorrow.

Software that manages one third of the public sector’s pay has not yet been updated to cope with the controversial new levy. Experts say it could take at least six weeks to get the system working.

Eamonn Corcoran, chief executive of the Irish Payroll Association, said the problem arose because not all payroll...

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