Eures Briefing On Tax Rules for Cross Border Workers and Employers a great success

Michael Gaynor, Rose Tierney and Paddy Malone

Dundalk Chamber of Commerce in association with Eures Cross Border Partnership held a very successful Breakfast Briefing on Tax Rules for Cross Border workers and Employers in the Ballymascanlon Hotel on Tuesday 13th June in the Ballymascanlon Hotel. Guest speaker was Rose Tierney of Tierney Tax Consultancy.

Eures Cross Border Partnership supports the Cross Border Worker, Jobseeker and Employer.

The event was a huge success with over 130 delegates in attendance. The speaker covered such topics as redundancy payments, pensions lump sums, tax relief on pension contributions and tax requirements for the cross border worker. In addition they covered the implications for employers who employ cross border workers. In her speech Rose covered the implications for employers with staff members who work in both jurisictions and social insurance benefits and pensions in a cross border situation. There were questions from the floor and the speaker was a real expert in her field.

Michael Gaynor President Dundalk Chamber was delighted with the attendance and stated that Rose’s speech was very detailed and helped to answer some of the queries faced by Cross Border workers and Employers. A booklet was given to all attendees at the event with a list of relevant questions and answers and a copy can be obtained free from Dundalk Chamber by calling Brenda on Tel: 042 9336343 or email brenda@dundalk.ie

Michael Gaynor and Thomas McEvoy

This is just one of many Eures Cross Border events that Dundalk Chamber of Commerce has hosted in the last few years with more planned for the future. For more information on Eures log on http://www.eurescrossborder.eu

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