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Government to survey self-employed workers on PRSI benefits

The survey on social insurance reform will be sent to 20,000 people next week

8th August, 2016
Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar

The government plans to undertake a survey of self-employed workers to find out if they would be willing to pay more PRSI in return for greater benefits and what new benefits they would most like to receive from social insurance reforms planned in future budgets.

"There is plenty of evidence that self-employed people are not satisfied with the extent of the benefits they receive in return for paying PRSI," Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar...

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