Using the PRSI and USC thresholds being applied to an employee’s Gross Pay, the software will identify where possible changes to the Gross Pay will result in a more beneficial Net Pay to the employee, i.e. where a reduction in Gross pay will result in an increase in Net Pay.
The anomaly is a result of an increase in Gross Pay being so marginal that it forces the employee’s salary into a higher threshold of PRSI and/or USC.
Where this is detected by the software, a calculation screen will be presented to the user providing a comparison between the current computation and the computation that would pertain if the Gross Pay was reduced to result in a lower PRSI and / or USC threshold.
Please note: the Gross Pay prompted within this computational anomaly refers to the "Taxable Gross Pay" after Pension Deductions. In addition, PRSI Class B, C, D and H anomalies are ignored.
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