Trans-border Workers Relief

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Trans-border Workers Relief

Cross-Border Workers

This relief is aimed at the increasing number of Irish-resident individuals who are commuting weekly to employment outside of Ireland.

An increasing number of Irish-resident individuals are commuting weekly to employment outside of Ireland, whether in Northern Ireland, the rest of the UK or further afield. Irish-resident and -domiciled individuals are taxable in Ireland on worldwide income. However, individuals commuting to jobs outside of Ireland may be able to claim Transborder Workers Relief in respect of their employment income. This relief generally means that an individual will not pay any Irish tax on the employment income – they will usually only pay tax in the foreign country or countries where they are working.

For more information on the above download a copy of the Trans-border Workers Relief guide.

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Daryl Hanberry

Daryl Hanberry

Tax Partner and Head of Global Employer Services

Daryl Hanberry is a Partner within our tax department with almost 15 years’ experience with Deloitte. Daryl leads our Global Employer Services team in Ireland. Daryl deals with the provision of servic... More

Jonathan Warnes

Jonathan Warnes

Director - Tax

Jonathan is a director within the Global Employer Services (GES) Group. He is responsible for advising a portfolio of clients in the financial services, retail, technology, communications and consumer... More

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Sarah Conry

Sarah Conry

Director - Tax

Sarah Conry is a director within the Global Employer Services (GES) Group. She currently advises a wide range of multinationals in relation to their global mobility functions and compensation strategi... More

Colin Forbes

Colin Forbes

Director - Tax

Colin has in-depth experience in the provision of personal tax services to multinationals and Irish indigenous companies with mobile workforces and leads the co-ordination of expatriate tax services t... More

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