PAYE Returns

PAYE returns in Ireland

PAYE (Pay As You Earn) returns are a vital aspect of compliance for employers in Ireland. These returns are used to report the payroll information of employees to the Revenue Commissioners, including details such as gross pay, tax deductions, and social insurance contributions. Employers are required to submit PAYE returns on a regular basis, typically on a monthly or quarterly basis.

At Bradán there are a number of different services available to help employers with their PAYE returns in Ireland. Some of the most popular options include online filing systems, software programs, and professional accounting services.

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We got you covered for your PAYE Returns

One of the most widely used options for PAYE returns is the Revenue Online Service (ROS), which is an online filing system provided by the Revenue Commissioners. Bradán offers support and services to enable employers to view and download statements of account, and to make payments online.

Bradán can also integrate and implement cloud applications that are designed to help employers manage their payroll and compliance obligations, including the submission of PAYE returns. They are easy to use, and offer a range of features such as the ability to track employee information, calculate tax deductions, and generate reports.

Making Sure you’re 100% Compliant

It is important for employers to ensure that their PAYE returns are accurate and submitted on time. Failure to do so can result in penalties and fines, which can be significant. Employers should also be aware that they are legally obliged to keep records of their payroll and PAYE returns for a period of six years.

PAYE returns are a vital compliance requirement for employers in Ireland. Employers have a number of options available to them, including online filing systems, software programs, and professional accounting services. Choosing the right service will depend on the employer’s specific needs and preferences. Regardless of the option chosen, it is important to ensure that the returns are accurate and submitted on time to avoid penalties and fines.