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# PRSI

This week
16th June 2024 - 18th June 2024
Here’s how much extra tax Irish workers will have to pay to keep the state pension at 66
Last year
2023
Sliding scale of jobseekers payment approved with PRSI hikes on the cards
Why a tiny tax increase no-one noticed could mean higher charges on the way for Irish workers
Here's what Budget 2024 means for your payslip if you're earning €40,000
Finance Minister: 'People can be optimistic that their living standards are about to improve'
Intergenerational fairness? The question mark over making people 66 and older pay PRSI
All time
Almost 1 in 4 people close to retirement age have no pension plan
Contributions paid by undocumented worker cannot be counted in social welfare payments application
Employees face income support 'cliff edge' unless supplementary payments extended, says Sinn Féin TD
New weekly payment of €203 introduced for 65-year-olds after rise of pension age
New unemployment payment linked to past working history set to be introduced when PUP is phased out
Why hasn't the government merged the PRSI and the USC yet? Minister says it's 'complex'
Your PRSI gets you a free scale and polish and 300,000 availed of it so far this year
Dentists say government's new oral health policy will result in more teeth being extracted in both children and adults
There were over one million claims for free dental and eye care through the new PRSI agreement
Change to PRSI arrangements could leave women in danger of abusive partners
Minister says it's 'absolutely deadly' that more people have availed of free dental and eye exams
'I never cost the State a penny, but now they're taking part of my pension'
Commission on the status of women in Ireland to be launched
More than 27,000 fathers have taken paternity leave so far
Your PRSI will now let you get a free scale and polish
Sinn Féin accuses Fine Gael of 'populist policy' as it retracts promise to abolish USC
A bust waste firm and a well-known PR agency are on the latest tax defaulters list
Self-employed would 'pay more tax if they got extra benefits in return'
7,000 fathers have taken paid paternity leave since it was introduced
Your PRSI will now let you get a free teeth cleaning
Here's how much your tax goes up as your wages increase
Self-employed workers' rights were on the back burner for years, so why the change of heart now?
Unemployment benefits are top of the wish list for the self-employed
Varadkar: pay deal for local councillors nothing to do with leadership bid
Varadkar plans to raise dole payments depending on how long you've worked
Here's how many people will get more cash with the PRSI credit - and exactly how much they'll receive
Renua's radical plan to abolish loads of taxes and the TV licence
Fianna Fáil's 45 reasons why Enda was wrong about not increasing taxes
Joan slams social welfare fraudsters for 'giving two fingers to their neighbours'
More people are being hospitalised because of problems with their teeth
Is Sinn Féin really proposing a 73 per cent tax rate?
Enda Kenny hints at cut to top tax rate
The Houses of the Oireachtas have made Revenue's tax defaulters list
Revenue demanded €200,000 in unpaid tax from Paris Bakery