GP cooperatives face 11% staff costs increase

GP co-operatives could face an 11 per cent increase in staffing costs following a tax decision by the Appeals Commissioners.

7th November, 2009

GP co-operatives could face an 11 per cent increase in staffing costs following a tax decision by the Appeals Commissioners.

The Sunday Business Post has learned that the Appeals Commissioners last week upheld a finding by the Revenue that a certain GP cooperative must deduct PAYE from doctors providing out-of hours medical services.

The move means the co-op could incur PRSI costs of 10.75 per cent, plus administrative costs, when it hires locums - unless it...

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