Employee Benefits in Ireland

Date: 2015-09

The Irish social security system covers company employees, self-employed persons, the unemployed, people with less than minimum resources and dependent family members of deceased employees. The Irish social welfare system is divided into social insurance payments, means-tested payments and universal payments. The payment of social insurance is mandatory; both employers and employees must contribute pay related social insurance (PRSI) contributions to the national Social Insurance Fund (SIF). Self-employed persons pay Class S social insurance contributions directly to the Revenue Commissioners, although these are not required to after the age of 66. A range of state benefits are available for Irish residents, which are subject to a number of conditions other than social insurance contribution requirements. Companies across the country also provide customized private benefits to their employees as a supplement to state benefits.


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