Category Archives: Income

Worksheet: How to calculate your Family Income Supplement

Title:Worksheet: How to calculate your Family Income Supplement Author: Citizens Information Full Text & Source: http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/reference/worksheets/worksheet_how_to_calculate_your_family_income_supplement.html Worksheet Family Income Supplement (FIS) is a weekly tax-free payment available to married or unmarried employees with children. To qualify for FIS, your average … Continue reading

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Family Income Supplement

Title: FIS Explained Author: Kells Resource Centre Full Text & Source: http://www.kellspeoplesresourcecentre.com/#!Social-Welfare-FIS-explained-Kind-of-/c1idz/77553379-A883-4E8A-90C0-AD10CA70BB06 The Internet, Online, 10/3/2015 This is the allowance we get most questions about. The Family Income Supplement is a tax free payment to families, including one-parent families, who … Continue reading

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Workers on low salaries can claim FIS – Family Income Supplement

Title: Family Income Supplement Author: Citizen’s Information Full Text & Source: http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/social_welfare/social_welfare_payments/social_welfare_payments_to_families_and_children/family_income_supplement.html The Internet, Online, 21/01/2015 Writers/bloggers if you are on low salaries and have a child or children look into FIS, medical cards and back to school uniforms, free … Continue reading

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Tax and income — a detail of our political priorities

Originally posted on The Cedar Lounge Revolution:
This morning, I saw the breakningnews.ie story on what I assume is a “Sunday press release” from Mattie McGrath. The answer to a parliamentary question he asked established that 1,700 employees in four…

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