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06-04-2020, 12:13   #211
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Ok, I’m married with wife working and two children with my own car!

How much if any tax credits your wife has left over could have an impact, or the other way around, if you have any tax credits left your wife could use them, or if you were unemployed and your wife was using your tax credits and higher rate extension she may earn less.


You car will have 0 affect, you would pay less tax if you were buying annual taxsaver bus tickets or bought a bike through work.


Your kids might have an impact, especially if you are paying college fees or medical expenses for them.


Put your details into a tax calculator for 2020, your employer pension contribtion is 0% your contribution is 3%.


Just note too, some office don't have parking, some have limited parking and it can be awarded based on seniority, a waiting list, a raffle, applying weekly for a permit, or probably some other ways, some have ample parking but that's rare.
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06-04-2020, 18:10   #212
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https://download.pwc.com/ie/budget-2...alculator.html


This seems to cover the majority of tax credits. Do not enter a pension contribution, instead put 723 in the anual pension contribution box if it is your first year. The salary is 24104. If people could post their results without disclosing their details if they don't want to we could work out a range.


So far I've checked take home for a single person with no children or other tax credits is €397, a single person with one child and no other tax credits is €423. I don't think it will get higher than that as they are paying no income tax, just USC and PRSI.
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If selected for CO position, is it possible to take it on a job sharing basis? If not straight away, how long before you can request job sharing?
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07-04-2020, 00:01   #214
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If selected for CO position, is it possible to take it on a job sharing basis? If not straight away, how long before you can request job sharing?
You can request after one year
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If selected for CO position, is it possible to take it on a job sharing basis? If not straight away, how long before you can request job sharing?
I wouldn't bank on it. I know some offices allow it after a year or so, in other offices you could be waiting years.
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I wouldn't bank on it. I know some offices allow it after a year or so, in other offices you could be waiting years.
All offices do flexitime ?
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All offices do flexitime ?
Not all but the vast majority
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Does anyone know when the results from the questionnaire will be out? 😊
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07-04-2020, 13:12   #219
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It was mentioned earlier I believe that emails would be sent out mid April.
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All offices do flexitime ?

No
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It was mentioned earlier I believe that emails would be sent out mid April.
I'd reckon if there not out by this Friday it probably be the Friday after. Since there's bank Holidays and holy days I'd reckon results will be either before or just after Easter.
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All offices do flexitime ?
If you end up on a public counter then you don't have much flexibility. If you have to be on a welfare counter for nine, well you couldn't be coming in at ten.
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If you end up on a public counter then you don't have much flexibility. If you have to be on a welfare counter for nine, well you couldn't be coming in at ten.
I don't think there is flexi-time if you get a Garda station.
Even some sections of Agri have flexi, and some do not, even thought they are in the same building.
The people without flexi have more annual leave though.
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I'm wondering for those people placed in places without flexitime what is the number of hours in the working day ?

I'm aware in flexitime situations the working day is 7hrs and 24mins, is it the same ?
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If your successful, whats the story with job offers. Example, I've 5 plus years in a accounts department, but no customer service experience per the questions we filled out. Do they try and match your skill set to what jobs they need filled, or is it simply your no. Whatever on the panel, your taking next job regardless of your skillset ?
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