Revenue rejects Fianna Fáil claims of PRSI overcharging
l Tax body says individuals filled in forms incorrectly
The Revenue Commissioners have dismissed claims that public sector workers were overcharged PRSI when filing tax returns online and said individuals had filled in forms incorrectly.
The tax authority was responding to claims from Fianna Fáil that thousands of public sector workers were overcharged PRSI when they filed tax returns via Revenue’s online service (ROS).
This newspaper reported last week that, according to a Fianna Fáil report, thousands of public sector...
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