Under EU regulations you may be able to claim FIS if your children are living abroad and dependent on you.
Generally the payment continues for one year (52 weeks) and is not affected by, for example, an increase or a decrease in earnings.
However, in the following 2 circumstances, your weekly rate of FIS can be revised during the year: If your pay from work is reduced your Family Income Supplement (FIS) payment will stay the same. However, when your FIS payment ends you can re-apply giving details of your new reduced income. At the end of the 52 weeks, you can re-apply for FIS.) If the number of hours you work each week is reduced to below 38 hours per fortnight you are no longer entitled to FIS.
You should notify the FIS section if your hours fall below this minimum requirement.
This helps to drive up standards and ensures projects are completed safely, sustainably, on time and within budget.
You must be employed in the Irish State and pay tax and PRSI here.
Indexing the Australian Government Rebate: On 1 April 2014, the government also introduced new legislation to index the rebate and cap how much it contributes towards private health insurance.
The indexing of the rebate means the rebate percentages are adjusted each year from 1 April.
However an Increase for a Qualified Adult (IQA) will no longer be paid and your social welfare payment will be assessed as income for their FIS payment.
The VAT 101 application for registration must be submitted in person at the SARS branch nearest to the place where your business is situated or carried on.
A registered tax practitioner may appear in person on behalf of the applicant.
It is mandatory for a business to register for VAT if the total value of taxable supplies made in any consecutive twelve month period exceeded or is likely to exceed R1 million.
The business must complete a VAT 101 - Application for Registration form and submit it to the local SARS branch within 21 days from date of exceeding R1 million.