Payroll & Revenues Tax Credits

Discussion in 'Work, Careers, Employment rights, further study' started by kitty81, 11 Feb 2019.

  1. kitty81

    kitty81 Frequent Poster

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    I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this but I felt it was most appropriate.

    If I take up an additional job, are my current employers notified through Revenue that I will have two companies listed for my tax credits or do Revenue simply notify each company separately for what applies to that employment only?
     
  2. Feemar5

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    No - revenue will just issue a new tax credit to each employer .
     
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  3. kitty81

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  4. Nutso

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    Revenue will issue an RPN with zero tax credit / standard rate cut off point to the second employment. It will be up to you to allocate the tax bands between each employment. Your current company will only be notified with a changed RPN in that case, but will not receive details of a second employment.
     
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  5. Leo

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    This might tip them off that the OP has taken up other employment I presume. Further presumption, but I'm guessing this may be an issue for the OP if there is a clause in their contract that they must seek the current employer's approval prior to taking up further employment. Potential complication for either or both employers complying with the Working Time Directive requirements.
     
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  6. Nutso

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    That's true. It's possible but depends on the type of payroll / size of company etc. If it's a standard gross payroll, it's unlikely they are looking too closely at the RPN's. We look at these closely due to some employees having net pay arrangements but many employers don't.
     
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