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#Social insurance

# social-insurance - Monday 9 November, 2015

Here's how many people will get more cash with the PRSI credit - and exactly how much they'll receive
# Breakdown
# Breakdown

Here's how many people will get more cash with the PRSI credit - and exactly how much they'll receive

Nov 9th 2015, 6:05 AM 32,189 Views 34 Comments

The changes affect people on incomes from €352 to €424 a week.

# social-insurance - Wednesday 7 January, 2015

Tribunal orders redundancy payout for sacked Abrakebabra workers
# Hey Presto
# Hey Presto

Tribunal orders redundancy payout for sacked Abrakebabra workers

Jan 7th 2015, 9:54 AM 10,917 Views 12 Comments

The decision could be worth over €12,000 for the three former staff.

# social-insurance - Friday 6 September, 2013

ISME: Plans to increase PRSI for self employed "utter madness"
# Social Insurance
# Social Insurance

ISME: Plans to increase PRSI for self employed "utter madness"

Sep 6th 2013, 2:44 PM 7,537 Views 107 Comments

The proposed rise in Pay Related Social Insurance is being considered by Minister Joan Burton.

# social-insurance - Thursday 6 December, 2012

Noonan defends PRSI increases as 'best value taxpayers can get'
# Budget 2013
# Budget 2013

Noonan defends PRSI increases as 'best value taxpayers can get'

Dec 6th 2012, 12:42 PM 5,942 Views 41 Comments

Michael Noonan says paying €5.08 extra a week for a guaranteed pension is “the best value anyone will ever get”.

# social-insurance - Wednesday 5 December, 2012

PSRI changes will hit employees by €264.16 per year
# Social Insurance
# Social Insurance

PSRI changes will hit employees by €264.16 per year

Dec 5th 2012, 3:37 PM 15,748 Views 63 Comments

The Budget will see the abolition of the PRSI-free allowance, meaning all employee income is hit at 4 per cent.