BREAKFAST BRIEFING SEMINAR on Tax Implications for the Cross Border Employer and Cross Border Worker - Event Report
Breakfast Briefing on Tax Implications for the Cross-Border Employer and Worker hosted together with Eures Cross-Border Partnership and Dundalk Chamber of Commerce. Speaker Rose Tierney of Tierney Tax Training Ltd. The speaker covered topics as redundancy payments, pension’s lump sums, tax relief on pension contributions and tax requirements for the cross border worker. In addition, spoke about implications for employers who employ cross border workers and the implications for employers with staff members who work in both jurisdictions and social insurance benefits and pensions in a cross-border situation.
The event was publicised through a variety of advertising methods; local newspapers including: The Argus, The Dundalk Democrat, The Dundalk Leader and the Newry Times. Also on social media platforms, including the Eures Cross-border Website and the Dundalk Chamber website and Facebook Additionally, approximately 700 letters were issued to Local companies across the region.
A Breakfast Briefing on the Tax Implications for the Cross Border Employer and Cross Border Workers was attended by over 130 delegates, attendance including employers, cross border workers and business organisations.
The employers included Accountants, Financial, Transport, Manufacturing and Hospitality companies.
Cross Border Workers:
Workers in attendance are from the health, finance, hospitality and transport sectors.
The event was also attended by local business organisations including Border People Project, Louth Enterprise Office, Louth Leader, Monaghan Integrated Development, Loughs Agency Dundalk Chamber and Eures Cross Border Partnership
A number of presentations took place over the course of the morning as follows:
- EURES CB Presentation June 17
- Eures Seminar 2017 Dundalk Rose Tierney
STATISTICS TAKEN FROM EVALUATION FORMS FROM ATTENDEES
Michael Gaynor President Dundalk Chamber was delighted with the attendance and stated that Rose’s speech was very detailed and helped to answer some of the queries faced by Cross Border workers and Employers. A booklet was given to all attendees at the event with a list of relevant questions and answers and a copy can be obtained free from Dundalk Chamber by calling Brenda on Tel: 042 9336343 or email Brenda@dundalk.ie
Martin Casey, Martin Taxing Ireland said
“Great event this morning and well run as usual!”
Breean Weldrick, Osbourne Recruitment said
“Thank you very informative session.”
Colm Duffy, Independent News & Media said
“Thank you for hosting a very informative event.”
This event would not have been possible without the wholehearted commitment from the EURES Cross Border Partnership, DSP and DFC.
This event has received financial support from the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation "EaSI" (20142020). For further information please consult: http://ec.europa.eu/social/easi