Dundalk Chamber of Commerce in association with the Cross Border Partnership for Employment Services hosted a free Tax Breakfast on Tax Implications & HR Issues for Cross Border Workers & Employers in the Cross Border Region on Wednesday the 14th June in the Ballymascanlon Hotel.
Attended by over 100 delegates the event covered topics such as redundancy payments, pensions lump sums, tax relief on pension contributions and tax requirements for the cross-border worker.
Also discussed at the event was the Implications and updates for employing cross border workers and the implications and updates for employers with staff members who work in both jurisictions.
Other topics were social insurance benefits and pensions in a cross border situation and remote working tax and pension implications.
Speakers at the event were Brenda McGeeney Adviser for the Cross Border Partnership for Employment Services, Rose Tierney of Tierney Tax and Brendan Casey of PRSI Consultancy.
Una McGoey President of Dundalk Chamber was delighted with the turn out for the event and there was plenty of quesions for the speakers on the day and sent in advance through the blog which was set up for it.
For more information on the Cross Border Partnership Employment Services and how it can assist visit https://www.cbpes.com
- Tax Breakfast 2023 Press Release (pdf/27 KB)