Budget 2020 - Employment Related ChangesPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 9 October 2019
It is, of course, Budget 2020 time and Mazars have kindly written an article for Legal Island readers which sets out the employment-related changes, including the following measures from an employment tax perspective:
Summary list of employment-related changes
- No change in personal tax rates or bands.
- The BIK exemption on electric cars is extended to 2022.
- Special Assignee Relief Programme (SARP) relief and Foreign Earnings Deduction (FED) relief extended to 2022.
- The Employment and Investment Incentive (“EIIS”) is extended and improved.
- The Key Employment Engagement Programme (KEEP) has been improved
- From 1 Jan 2020, Dividend Withholding Tax (DWT) will increase by 5% from 20% to 25%. Also, a modified DWT rate will be introduced in 2021 by reference to a personalised rate of DWT to each taxpayer aligned to the rate of tax they pay on their PAYE income.
- From 1 Jan 2020, the employer PRSI higher rate will increase to 11.05%.
For more information, please click on the link below for Mazars Budget Report 2020.
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