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  • Grievance Procedure - I.N.T.O
    other party has to say and also to question and or respond to the other party In circumstances where the grievance is against the principal teacher he she shall attend at the board hearing in an individual capacity and not as a member of the board of management Similarly where the grievance is against the chairperson of the board of management in an individual capacity he she shall also attend at the board hearing in an individual capacity and an acting chairperson shall be appointed Further the principal teacher or the chairperson as the case may be shall withdraw from the board s deliberations and decision making on the matter Where appropriate the parties shall be entitled to bring witnesses The same principles of due process apply to hearing witnesses The board shall try to resolve the grievance by conciliation and if the grievance is resolved the matter is concluded If the board is unable to resolve the grievance by conciliation it shall make a decision on the matter except as provided under paragraph 9 below In cases where the grievance is against the board itself the board shall hear the grievance as outlined above shall try to resolve the matter by conciliation but failing resolution the matter may proceed to stage 4 in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 11 below The chairperson shall convey the outcome in writing to the parties within 5 school days of the hearing specified at stage 3 paragraph 5 above The teacher shall have the right to invoke stage 4 of the procedure if the board fails to give a hearing to the aggrieved teacher if the chairperson fails to convey the outcome of the hearing within the specified period or if the teacher is unwilling to accept the outcome of stage 3 Stage 4 An independent tribunal The teacher who wishes to proceed with an appeal to stage 4 shall give notice of same by letter to the chairperson of the board of management within ten school days of receiving the written outcome of stage 3 or at the end of the period specified in stage 3 no 5 if the board fails to arrange a hearing The date of that letter shall be referred to as the date of appeal and the teacher may include in the letter any additional arguments he she wishes to put forward On receipt of the letter of appeal the chairperson of the board of management shall notify the patron or a designated representative of the patron and the General Secretary of the INTO or a designated representative of the INTO and invite these parties to select an agreed independent person to act as chairperson of a tribunal each to appoint a person who is not associated with the school to serve on the tribunal to arrange a meeting of the tribunal within 15 school days of the date of appeal 3 The chairperson of the board of management shall also furnish each member of the

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/ROI/InfoforTeachers/StaffRelations/GrievanceProcedure/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Income Tax & PAYE - I.N.T.O
    collection of Income Tax is the responsibility of the Revenue Commissioners who operate under the authority of the Minister for Finance Teachers income tax is assessed under the Pay As You Earn PAYE system The amount of tax deducted is based on the taxable income of an individual in the year of assessment The tax year commences on 1 January each year and runs until the 31 December Taxable Income Income tax is not deducted from total gross earnings Contributions to the Superannuation Scheme are automatically deducted before PAYE is applied Tax relief is also allowed on AVCs subject to certain revenue limits Tax Saver Commuter Tickets where relevant are also deducted at source All teachers registered with the Teaching Council can claim a tax credit of 65 for the annual registration fee for the 2014 tax year P60 At the end of each tax year your employer must give you a certificate of pay and of the tax and PRSI deducted by him or her during the year This certificate is called a form P60 and comes in two parts It is your record of the pay you received from your employer the tax deducted under PAYE and the PRSI contributions deducted If your liability to tax for any year needs to be reviewed you will need to send one part of the form P60 to your district office You would send a second part to the Social Family Affairs Office as evidence that you have paid PRSI contributions if you need to claim a benefit P45 Form P45 shows Gross pay to date of leaving Tax deducted to date of leaving PRSI deducted to date of leaving and number of insurable weeks The tax credits standard rate cut off point and tax table in operation Form P45 is

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/ROI/InfoforTeachers/TaxationandPRSI/IncomeTaxPAYE/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Tax Credits - I.N.T.O
    Relations Staff Reps Taxation and PRSI Income Tax PAYE Tax Credits Tax PRSI on First Appointment Pay Related Social Insurance PRSI PRSI Contribution Categories Widow s or Widower s Contributory Pension Health Contribution Summary of Health Services Teacher Special Interest Groups The Teaching Council Tax Credits In addition tax payers are allowed a portion of their salary free of deductions from income tax The amount of each individual s tax credits varies depending on the number of allowances reliefs s he is entitled to Therefore in calculating the amount of tax payable on salary superannuation contributions and tax credits are deducted from gross earning The balance or taxable income is taxed at the applicable rate s of taxation The following Allowances shall apply New Tax Credit System All Allowances taxed at standard rate 20 Teachers Flat Rate Expenses Primary Secondary Level Principal Teachers 608 Other Teachers includes part time teachers on full hours 518 In addition to the above An allowance for teachers engaged mainly in teaching general subjects but also doing part time PE of 126 is also available All teachers registered with the Teaching Council can claim a tax credit of 65 for the registration fee The allowance

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  • Tax/PRSI on First Appointment - I.N.T.O
    Insurance PRSI PRSI Contribution Categories Widow s or Widower s Contributory Pension Health Contribution Summary of Health Services Teacher Special Interest Groups The Teaching Council Tax PRSI on First Appointment Tax Form 12A A teacher taking up her his first appointment should complete and return Tax Form 12A as soon as possible after taking up employment This will enable the Tax Office to issue a certificate of Tax Free Credits to the Department of Education and Skills and to the teacher When completing the tax form quote your PPS number if known An employee will have the same PPS number throughout her his working career You may already have been allocated an PPS number by the Department of Social and Family Affairs or you may have one from a previous employment or Deed of Covenant If you do not have an PPS number the Tax Office will get one on your behalf from the Department of Social Welfare This number will appear in your Tax Free Credit TFC certificate when issued Change of Status If a substitute teacher secures temporary or permanent employment the Tax Office should be informed as an amended Tax Free Credit certificate is required Contacting the

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/ROI/InfoforTeachers/TaxationandPRSI/TaxPRSIonFirstAppointment/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Pay Related Social Insurance (PRSI) - I.N.T.O
    Pay Related Social Insurance PRSI PRSI Contribution Categories Widow s or Widower s Contributory Pension Health Contribution Summary of Health Services Teacher Special Interest Groups The Teaching Council Pay Related Social Insurance PRSI Under the social welfare code Social Welfare Benefits can be divided into three main categories Contributory social insurance payments which are made on the basis of a person s Pay Related Social Insurance PRSI record Non contributory social assistance payments which are made on the basis of the claimant satisfying a means test and Universal Services such as Child Benefit and Free Travel which do not depend on PRSI or means The following section refers in particular to 1 above and summarises the social welfare benefits that a teacher may be entitled to on the basis of her his PRSI contribution record The Department of Social and Family Affairs publishes a number of booklets which give very detailed information on all aspects of Social Welfare services In addition the Department of Social Welfare publishes an annual Rates of Payment Booklet SW19 which details the current rates of payment in respect of each benefit A comprehensive range of factsheets on individual benefits are also published by the Department

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/ROI/InfoforTeachers/TaxationandPRSI/PayRelatedSocialInsurancePRSI/ (2015-10-30)
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  • PRSI Contribution Categories - I.N.T.O
    Reps Taxation and PRSI Income Tax PAYE Tax Credits Tax PRSI on First Appointment Pay Related Social Insurance PRSI PRSI Contribution Categories Widow s or Widower s Contributory Pension Health Contribution Summary of Health Services Teacher Special Interest Groups The Teaching Council PRSI Contribution Categories PRSI Contribution Classes Different rates of contribution apply to different categories of employment Each rate of PRSI contribution is given a special code and is called a Contribution Class Each contribution class applies to certain categories of employees and provides cover for a different range of benefits For teachers the current relevant contribution classes are as follows Class D Permanent and temporary teachers 2 9 Class A Permanent and temporary teachers appointed after 6 April 1995 6 Contribution Class D Benefits Subject to satisfying the relevant contribution requirements Class D contributors are insured for Widow s or Widower s Contributory Pension Orphan s Contributory Allowance Occupational Injuries Benefits Bereavement Grant Carer s Benefit Contribution Class A Benefits Subject to satisfying the relevant contribution requirements Class A contributors are insured for Unemployment Benefit Disability Benefit Maternity Benefit Adoptive Benefit Health and Safety Benefit Invalidity Pension Widow s or Widower s Contributory Pension Orphan s Contributory Allowance

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/ROI/InfoforTeachers/TaxationandPRSI/PRSIContributionCategories/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Widow's or Widower's (Contributory) Pension - I.N.T.O
    Widower s Contributory Pension Health Contribution Summary of Health Services Teacher Special Interest Groups The Teaching Council Widow s or Widower s Contributory Pension Class D and Class A How to qualify If you are a widow or a widower you can apply for a Widow s or Widower s Contributory Pension based on either your own or your late spouse s PRSI contributions This pension is not affected by any income you may have or by any pension you may have under your late spouse s occupational pension scheme e g Department of Education Pension PRSI contribution conditions Whichever contribution record is used that record must have at least 156 weeks PRSI paid to the date your spouse died and either an average of 39 weeks PRSI paid or credited over the 3 or 5 tax years before the spouse died or reached pension age or for a minimum pension a yearly average of at least 24 weeks PRSI paid or credited is needed since starting work up to the end of the tax year before the spouse died or reached pension age For a maximum pension a yearly average of 48 weeks PRSI paid or credited is required

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/ROI/InfoforTeachers/TaxationandPRSI/WidowsorWidowersContributoryPension/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Health Contribution - I.N.T.O
    Transport and Ancillary Staff School Year Social Inclusion Special Education Staffing Staff Relations Staff Reps Taxation and PRSI Income Tax PAYE Tax Credits Tax PRSI on First Appointment Pay Related Social Insurance PRSI PRSI Contribution Categories Widow s or Widower s Contributory Pension Health Contribution Summary of Health Services Teacher Special Interest Groups The Teaching Council Health Contribution A health levy of 4 goes to the Department of Health and

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/ROI/InfoforTeachers/TaxationandPRSI/HealthContribution/ (2015-10-30)
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