PAYE modernisation

Welcome to the PAYE modernisation centre

Real time reporting of payroll information came into effect on 1 January 2019. This new payroll reporting regime means that employers now report to Revenue pay, tax and other deductions, as well as details of any employees leaving their employment when they run their payroll. Employees have full visibility of their payroll data submitted by their employer to Revenue in real time. Revenue have access to complete data on each employee every time employers run their payroll.

Latest PAYE modernisation news

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PAYE Modernisation Update is an easy-to-follow booklet which is a client service summarising the key aspects and requirements of the new PAYE system, effective from January 2019. This is now available in print and digital formats: click here for more information.

Dec 13, 2018
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Revenue’s National Employer Helpline is available to provide support to employers during the transition to PAYE Modernisation.  Full details of the extended Helpline telephone opening hours and availability over the Christmas period can be found on Revenue.ie.  Stay informed with up-to-date information on PAYE Modernisation on our website.

Dec 10, 2018
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Are you ready for PAYE Modernisation 2019? The current PAYE system is being reformed and modernised with the introduction of real-time reporting (RTR). This change to how employers and employees interact with Revenue is the most significant change to the PAYE system since it was originally introduced. What does PAYE Modernisation mean for Employees? The new system will be effective from 1 January 2019 and will apply to all employers, regardless of size. Penalties of €4,000 per breach can apply, so it is important to be ready. With only a month to go, now is the time to make whatever changes are necessary to get ready for 'PAYE Modernisation'. In doing so, they should consult with their Chartered Accountant. Chartered Accountants Ireland has created an easy-to-follow, six-page booklet, similar to our annual Budget Summary Service, to summarise the key aspects of PAYE Modernisation. This is now available in printed form or as a PDF, which you can brand and send to your clients. How to order Please download and complete the Order Form and return it to: publishing@charteredaccountants.ie or post it to: Chartered Accountants Ireland, Chartered Accountants House, 47–49 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. If you would prefer to collect your order, please note your preference at the end of the order form. All prices quoted exclude VAT. Please call us at 01 637 7204 if you would like further information or to place an order by phone.

Nov 26, 2018