State to stop sending pay slips to retirees

Up to 24,000 retirees from the civil service have been told the exchequer cannot afford to issue them with paper payslips for their pensions from next month.

6th October, 2012

Up to 24,000 retirees from the civil service have been told the exchequer cannot afford to issue them with paper payslips for their pensions from next month.

In a move that will save €200,000 annually, the Department of Finance has told retired civil servants that they will be given electronic payslips from November 8. The move is seen as the first step to electronic payments for 290,000 staff across the public service, which could save up...

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