Payroll for Employees – What You Should Know

As an employee, it really pays to know how payroll works.  After all, your pay is principally what you go to work for. So you want to be informed:  You want to be able to understand how your pay is calculated and the effect that entitlements and obligations have on your income.

Our free eBook ‘A Guide to Irish Payroll’ will  help you to understand the ins and outs of payroll.  It will guide you through some of the key issues that you need to be aware of, so that you can be sure that what you take home each payday is actually optimized and best for your circumstances.

‘A Guide to Irish Payroll’  covers all the aspects you need to be aware of including:

•    PAYE – what it is and how it’s calculated •    PRSI – what it is and how it’s calculated •    Tax Credits •    USC •    Holiday Pay •    Sick Pay •    Multiple Employments •    Part-time Employment •    Working Hours •    Maternity Leave •    Emergency Tax

Understanding how your pay is calculated and the effects that your particular circumstances have on that calculation will allow you to make sure you are getting what’s due to you and aren’t leaving any part of your hard-earned salary on the table.

OPTiM Payroll offers a complete outsourced payroll solution providing better payroll cost information at a very affordable fee.

For our FREE eBook ‘A Guide to Irish Payroll’ visit us at

Outsourced Payroll Management client set-up fee waived for SBC members. Set-up charge normally €500 plus vat.

For SBC members no set-up charge subject to a subject maximum one day of conversion/programming time. Additional days for client accounts requiring more than one day’s set-up will be charged at the normal rate.



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