PAYE claw back on doctors’ locum work

The Revenue Commissioners are seeking to force doctors who carried out locum work to pay PAYE taxes for the past four years.

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Ian Kehoe

23rd January, 2010

The Revenue Commissioners are seeking to force doctors who carried out locum work to pay PAYE taxes for the past four years.

The tax authority has written to GPs across the country, stating that locum doctors must now be treated as employees for tax purposes. Traditionally, locums have been regarded as self-employed and have not been obliged to pay PAYE.

The Revenue has told GPs that it intends to claw back PAYE for the past...

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