Do you process Polish or Dutch Payroll or are you planning on sending employees to Poland or the Netherlands?

IPASS is running two half day seminars just for you

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Dutch & Polish Payroll

International markets continue to grow in importance for Irish companies, and with this growth comes an expansion of compliance requirements. Whether you are sending expatriates into a country or taking on a small local payroll as part of an acquisition or branch opening, your business will need to ensure it meets all of its obligations.

Outsourcing the payroll function may seem the best solution, but the company remains legally liable for any mistakes the outsource partner may make. It is therefore important that the end client is aware of what the major tasks the outsourcer performs on their behalf, the key deadlines that they need to sign off, and how to interpret key reports and payslip information.

Attendees will be able to accurately follow a simple pay calculation for Poland and the Netherlands, and should be able to identify all of the key items on a payslip. You will also be able to:

  • Identify all key jurisdiction deadlines
  • Understand the penalty regimes and the consequences of getting it wrong
  • Have a detailed understanding of the scope of service you are purchasing from an outsource partner
  • Understand how to keep up to date with changes in both jurisdictions, and be able to challenge your outsource provider to ensure such changes are made
  • Identify what information you need to pass to the outsource partner and why you have to provide it

Polish Payroll – 9.30pm to 12.30pm

This half day seminar focuses on the major payroll rules in Poland.

Poland is an attractive centre for global business, with a well-educated workforce with a reputation for hard work and a relatively low cost base. Our course covers all the basics any payroll professional needs to know if operating in Poland, whether they are responsible for local colleagues running payroll for the company in Poland or if they are responsible for managing an outsourcer provider. We will explain the basic mechanics of a Polish payroll calculation enabling you to check on individual payslip queries. We also consider the main payroll relevant employment law applicable.

 

Course Programme:

  •  Entity formation and registration
  •  NIP number
  •  PIT processing
  •  Computation of gross pay
  •  Valuation of Benefits In Kind
  •  Problem areas such as company cars
  •  Copyright income
  •  Tax free items
  •  Deduction of standard ZUS contribution from gross income
  •  Standard and higher travel deduction (Podwyzszon Kosty Uzyskania)
  •  Calculation of standard (18%) or higher (32%) rate tax
  •  Application of Polish tax credits
  •  Rounding on PIT calculation
  •  Expatriate tax regime in Poland
  •  Use of Double Taxation Agreements in Poland
  •  Taxation of housing and subsistence costs for expatriates
  •  Tax Office set up
  •  Deadlines for PIT payment
  •  Powers of inspection and penalties
  •  Social Security – ZUS
  •  Explanation of each type of insurance (Emerytalna, Rentowa etc.)
  •  Model calculation of each type
  •  International considerations – A1 use and Polish reciprocal social security agreements
  •  Healthcare contributions
  •  Treatment of private medical insurance
  •  Platnik – reporting rules and deadlines
  •  PESEL numbers
  •  Payover of ZUS
  •  PFRON contribution calculation
  •  PFRON reporting requirements
  •  Tax Year End processes
  •  PIT-4R, PIT-11 and PIT-40 documents
  •  Pension schemes and tax treatment (IKE/IKZE/PPE schemes)
  •  Company Social Benefit Fund
  •  Salary regulations
  •  Health regulations
  •  Personal file
  •  Calculation of unpaid leave
  •  Sickness calculations
  •  Maternity calculations
  •  Other paid family leaves
  •  Annual leave calculation
  •  Public holiday payment
  •  E-payslips and payment of salary timing
  •  Employment contracts
  •  Civil contracts and Interns
  •  Redundancy
  •  Minimum notice
  •  Working time rules
  •  Statistical returns

Dutch Payroll – 1.30pm to 4.30pm

This half day seminar focuses on the major payroll rules in the Netherlands.

 

 

Course Programme:

  •  Tax Administration
  •  Withholding obligations
  •  G Accounts
  •  Registration process
  •  Employee statement on commencement
  •  Anonymous person procedure
  •  Standard Wages Record
  •  Calculation of tax – white table/green table
  •  Annual Income Statement
  •  BSN Numbers
  •  Tax periods and pay over to Tax Administration
  •  Life Course Savings Scheme
  •  Monthly tax return
  •  Tax rates
  •  Pension schemes
  •  National insurance contributions
  •  Employed persons Insurance contribution
  •  Discount scheme for older workers
  •  Occupational pension schemes
  •  Work Cost Rules
  •  Tax credits
  •  Penalty regime
  •  Expatriate staff and 30% facility
  •  Relevant employment law
  •  Collective Bargaining Agreements
  •  Sickness, Maternity and paternity leave
  •  Annual leave
  •  A look at some websites and guidance available

 

Each of these courses will use translated material wherever possible, and will also demonstrate the Google Translate facility which can be activated within Google Chrome to provide web page translation of official websites.

 

Tea/coffee & pastries will be provided on arrival. Please note that these are half day courses and lunch will not be provided on the day.

 

Course Fees (per course):

IPASS Member     Non Member  

                                                   €175                    €225   

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