University of Limerick’s Employer Registered Number with the Revenue is - 0032116A
Budget Summary for 2017
Please click on the following link for details of the Budget Statement of 11 October 2016, as made by the Minister for Finance. Revenue website
Important PAYE/TAX Documents:
Generally issued annually by Revenue Commissioners to individual employees. This certificate shows your tax credits and rate band. If your Tax Credit Certificate is not mailed to you by Revenue, you may access same by
The UL Payroll Office receives summary employees Tax Credit details electronically from Revenue by downloading this information from revenue’s Web Site – ‘Revenue On Line’. We do not see a breakdown of your tax credit certificate and we will not know if your details are correct. The onus is on each employee to ensure that their tax credit certificate details are up to date and correct. Any queries pertaining to tax credit certificate must be raised directly by the employee with Revenue.
If there is a difference between the tax credits appearing on your UL payslip and those displayed on your tax credit certificate issued by Revenue, please contact the Payroll Office immediately.
Universal Social Charge (USC) is also shown on your tax credit certificate
At the end of each tax year your employer must give you a P60 Certificate. It is a statement of your pay and of the tax, USC and PRSI deducted by your employer during the year. It also records your Local Property Tax (LPT) deductions (if you choose to have the LPT deducted from your salary/wages).
The Department of Social Protection often seek a copy of your P60 as evidence of your paid PRSI contributions e.g. if you are claiming a social Welfare benefit You may also need to give a copy to the Revenue Commissioners if claiming tax refunds. Please ensure you always retain a copy of your P60 for your records.
Important: A P60 certificate will not be issued to employees who cease their employment before the 31st of December. Employees need to request a P45. If you did not receive a P45 when you ceased employment at UL, then you should request same by contacting email@example.com as soon as possible.
When an employee is leaving the University, they need to request a P45 (Cessation of Employment Certificate) from Salaries@ul.ie. When requesting a P45 – the following information should be included – name, staff ID number, PPS Number and current home address. Please allow 2-3 days for processing as the work in the Salaries Office varies during the month.
We will apply Emergency Tax & USC to your pay until you register your employment with Revenue and obtain your official Certificate of Tax Credits.
Option 1 - Had previous employment in Ireland within the last 2 years:
All new employees who have had previous employment in Ireland within the last 2 years should submit their P45 certificate (employment cessation document from previous employer) to the Payroll Office as soon as employment commences at University of Limerick. If your previous employment was within the Public Service in the same tax year that you commence in University of Limerick, then a PRD45 Certificate must also be submitted.
Option 2 - Never worked in Ireland:
If you have not previously worked in Ireland you will need to complete a form 12A which should then be returned to Revenue. Form 12A is available to download from Revenue Website
Option 3 - Had previously worked in Ireland but do not have a P45 Certificate:
If you have previously worked in Ireland but do not have a P45 certificate you should contact Revenue with your PPS number and request that a certificate of your Tax Credits and Standard Rate Cut-Off Point to be issued to University of Limerick.
Option 4 - You are currently employed elsewhere:
If you are employed elsewhere (outside of University of Limerick), you still need to register your employment at University of Limerick with the Revenue so that you do not underpay your tax while on emergency tax. The tax office will advise you as to the split of the credits and cut-off available to you to your best advantage. You should have an idea of how much you’ll earn in each employment in order for the Revenue to give you the best advice. USC - You can also split your thresholds of USC between employments if it's to your advantage to do so.