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2 Introduction In general, all payments made by employers to employees and directors are regarded as Pay for tax purposes and employers must operate PAYE on such payments. Lump sum payments on a redundancy or a retirement, however, qualify for special tax treatment - they may be exempt from tax or may qualify for some relief from tax. Note: A lump sum paid under the terms of a contract of employment is taxable in full and does not qualify for exemption or relief. What lump sum payments on a redundancy or retirement are exempt from tax? Your redundancy or retirement lump sum is exempt from tax if: It is a statutory redundancy payment. (This is an individual s statutory entitlement under employment legislation.) It is a payment made on account of death, injury or disability, (subject to a maximum lifetime tax-free limit of 200,000). This is not an exhaustive list. For more information, contact your Revenue office, the number for which is available at the end of this leaflet. If all of your lump sum is statutory redundancy, or if it is a payment, (which including other similar payments does not exceed the lifetime limit of 200,000), made on account of injury or disability, your employer will pay it without deducting tax and therefore the rest of this leaflet is not relevant to your circumstances. What lump sum payments qualify for some relief from tax? The following redundancy and retirement payments, although not exempt from tax, qualify for some relief from tax. These are: Salary or wages in lieu of notice, on redundancy or retirement. Non-statutory redundancy payment, i.e. the amount paid by your employer, which is over and above the statutory redundancy payment. The non-statutory redundancy payment is also known as a golden handshake or an ex-gratia payment. (E.g. a person receives a lump sum of 20,000, which includes statutory redundancy of 5,000. Of the 20,000, 15,000 is taken into account and the 5,000 is ignored for tax purposes). If your employer gives you all or part of the lump sum in some other form e.g. car, house, holiday, etc. the equivalent cash value of the item received is taxable. Where the contract of employment provides for a lump sum payment on the termination of the contract, whatever the circumstances, such payment is chargeable to income tax in the normal way without the benefit of the exemptions and reliefs mentioned later. What tax relief is available? First Claim On your first redundancy or retirement payment, the following exemptions may apply to you: Basic Exemption Increased Exemption Increase for Standard Capital Superannuation Benefit (SCSB). Page 2
3 These terms are explained in the following paragraphs. If you are in a marriage or civil partnership, your entitlement to exemption against a lump sum payment is calculated independently of your spouse or civil partner. This applies whether you are taxed under joint assessment, separate assessment or separate treatment. Basic Exemption: The basic exemption is 10,160 plus 765 for each full year of service with the employer making the redundancy payment. Service before and after a career break may be added together for the purposes of determining a full year of service. The periods where the person was on the career break would not be included. (A career break is any agreed scheme of flexibility which affords staff an opportunity to take a period of special leave or time out from employment e.g. for personal reasons, travel or voluntary work.). For persons who work-share, there is no apportionment to take account of the part-time nature of the employment - they are credited with years service as if they worked full-time. Where the payment is in respect of an employment held in group companies the total years of service in the different companies can be taken into account in calculating the number of years service for the purpose of the basic exemption. Where some of the service in an employment included a period of foreign service within a group, that period of time can be included as part of the overall period of service in the employment. This will apply where the foreign service was at any time during the overall period of service with the employer, or a connected employer within a group of companies, including service which commenced abroad. If you are unclear about what service should be taken into account please contact your Revenue office. Example An individual gets a lump sum of 17,000 when the employment is terminated after 10 years and 6 months service. The basic exemption due is 17,810 i.e. [ 10,160 plus ( 765 x 10)]. There is therefore no tax due on the lump sum of 17,000 as it is under 17,810, the basic exemption in this case. If the basic exemption covers your non-statutory lump sum payment there is no tax due on the lump sum..your employer will not deduct tax and therefore the rest of this leaflet is not relevant to your circumstances. Increased Exemption: The basic exemption of 10,160, plus 765 for each full year of service will be increased by a further 10,000 if: you are not a member of an occupational pension (superannuation) scheme or you irrevocably give up your right to receive a lump sum from the pension scheme and you have not made any claims in respect of a lump sum received in the previous ten tax years. If you are in an occupational pension scheme, this increased exemption of 10,000 is reduced by the amount of: Page 3
4 Any tax-free lump sum from the pension scheme to which you may be immediately entitled or The present day value at the date of leaving employment of any tax-free lump sum which may be receivable from the pension scheme in the future. If the lump sum from the pension scheme is more than 10,000 you are not due the increased exemption. If it is less than 10,000 you are due the increased exemption of 10,000 less the amount of the pension scheme entitlement. Chart Tax-free lump sum received from pension scheme and the increase in basic exemption due A B C Tax-free lump sum received from 10,500 1,000 Nil pension scheme Increase in basic exemption due Nil 9,000 ( 10,000-1,000) 10,000 Example An individual gets a lump sum of 20,000 when the employment ceases after eleven years service. A lump sum of 11,000 is received from the pension scheme. The only entitlement in this case is the basic exemption of 18,575; i.e. 10,160 + ( 765 x 11). As the lump sum from the pension scheme exceeds 10,000 the increased exemption would not be due. Example A lump sum of 29,000 is paid to an individual when his or her employment is terminated after eleven years and five months. The present day value of the pension scheme entitlement at 65 years is 2,500. The exemption due to him or her is 26,075 i.e. ( 10, ,500) plus ( 765 x 11). Note the increased exemption of 10,000 is reduced by the amount received from the pension scheme. Example A lump sum of 29,000 is paid to an individual when his or her employment is terminated after twelve years and ten months service. He or she is not a member of a pension scheme. The increased exemption due to him or her is 29,340. [( 10, ,000) + ( 765 x 12)]. There is no tax due on the lump sum of 29,000 as it is under 29,340, the increased exemption due. Exemption for amounts paid by an employer in respect of retraining of a former employee Where an employer pays the cost of retraining an employee as part of a redundancy package the cost of the retraining, up to a maximum of 5,000, will be exempt from tax provided: the employee is a person who has more than 2 years continuous full time service; the retraining is part of a redundancy package and is designed to improve skills or knowledge used either in obtaining employment or setting up a business; and the retraining is completed within 6 months of the termination of employment. Page 4
5 Standard Capital Superannuation Benefit (SCSB): Additional relief based on the difference between the basic plus the increased exemption and SCSB may also be claimed. This relief generally benefits those with high earnings and long service. SCSB is calculated by multiplying 1/15th of the average annual pay for the last 3 years of service (36 months) to date of leaving by the number of complete years service, less any tax-free lump sum entitlement from the pension scheme. The formula for calculating the SCSB is: Where: A X B / 15 - C A is the average annual remuneration* for the last 36 months service to date of termination B is the number of complete years of service C is the value of any tax free lump sum received/receivable under an approved pension scheme. Note: With effect from 1 January 2011 the amount of the tax-free sum which can be received from an approved pension fund has been restricted to 200,000. Therefore C cannot exceed a maximum 200,000 in SCSB computations for 2011 and subsequent years. If an employee has less than 3 years paid service with an employer prior to the date of leaving, the pay for the total period of paid service in that employment is taken into account in arriving at the average for one year. * Remuneration includes gross salary (before employee s contributions to an approved pension scheme), benefits-in-kind, less Revenue-agreed flat rate expenses. Example An individual commenced employment with Company X on 6/6/1995 and left on 8/6/2013 (18 full years service). A retirement lump sum of 60,000 was received on retirement. This is the first lump sum paid to the individual. A lump sum of 11,000 was also received from an approved pension scheme. The pay for the last 36 months to date of leaving is 95,000 (from 9/6/2010 to 8/6/2013). The amount of the lump sum, which is exempt from tax, is: The Basic exemption of 23,930 [ 10,160 plus ( 765 x 18 years)] (The Increased exemption of 10,000 is not due in this case as the pension scheme lump sum of 11,000 is greater than 10,000), and The difference between SCSB of 27,000 [( 95,000/3 x 18/15) - 11,000] and the basic exemption ( 23,930) = 3,070. Relief of 27,000 in total, therefore, will be granted against the lump sum payment. The taxable amount of the lump sum is therefore 33,000 ( 60,000-27,000). Example of a Redundancy Payment An individual was made redundant on 6 June 2013 after 18 years of service with company X. The pay for the final 36 months of employment was 95,000. Page 5
6 Payments due Amount Normal salary 800 Arrears of pay 300 Bonus 500 Holiday pay 200 These are taxable in full under PAYE and do not form part of the redundancy package. Redundancy Package Amounts Due Non-statutory redundancy 40,000 Statutory Redundancy 2,000 Pay in lieu of notice 765 Company car valued at 4,000 Tax-free lump sum from pension fund 7,000 Statutory redundancy is exempt from tax and is therefore ignored. Calculation of exemption due Amount Non-statutory redundancy 40,000 Pay in lieu of notice 765 Company car 4,000 Total lump sum 44,765 Basic Exemption = 23,930 [ 10,160 plus ( 765 x 18)] Increased Exemption = 10,000-7,000= 3,000 SCSB = 31,000 (95,000/3 x 18/15-7,000) Additional relief for SCSB is 31,000-26,930 = 4,070 The total exemption is 31,000. The taxable lump sum is therefore 13,765 ( 44,765-31,000). Restriction on maximum relief available A lifetime restriction on the reliefs available was introduced in From 1 January 2011, the total of all exemptions and reliefs granted to an individual in respect of all ex-gratia lump sums received cannot exceed 200,000. This maximum figure of 200,000 includes the total value of any amounts of relief previously granted to the claimant in respect of any previous ex-gratia payments. Page 6
7 Example Employee worked for 20 years with the same employer Redundancy package Amount Due Non statutory redundancy 275,867 Statutory redundancy 11,500 Pay in lieu of notice 11,500 Company car valued at 25,000 Tax-free lump sum from pension fund 210,650 Total lump sum 323,867 Statutory redundancy is exempt from tax and is, therefore, ignored. Basic Exemption = 25,460 [ 10,160 + (765 x 20)] There is no increased exemption as the tax free lump sum from the pension fund exceeds 10,000. Calculation of SCSB: Average salary over 3 years = 230,000 SCSB = 106,667 [ 230,000 x 20/15-200,000 (the tax free lump sum from the pension fund is restricted to 200,000)] Total exemption is 25, ,207 = 106,667 Subsequent Claim A basic exemption and an increase for SCSB, are generally available against any subsequent lump sum payment, subject to the 200,000 lifetime limit from a different employer. However, they can only be given once against a lump sum from the same employer or an associated employer. The increased exemption of 10,000 may be availed of in subsequent claims provided an individual has not made any claims for relief in respect of a lump sum received in the previous 10 tax years. In the above example, any subsequent exemption is limited to a total of 93,333. That is 200,000 (lifetime amount) - 106,667 = 93,333. A guide to help you to calculate the amount of your lump sum, which is exempt from tax, is attached to this leaflet at Appendix 1. How will my employer tax my lump sum? Your employer is obliged to deduct PAYE and USC on all of the lump sum less the basic exemption, increased exemption, if due, and increase for SCSB, as previously outlined. Your employer can give the basic exemption and increase for SCSB without prior approval from Revenue. If you are due any increased exemption, the employer may also grant this exemption. The employer, in granting the increased exemption must be satisfied that the employee in question meets the qualifying criteria for this exemption, namely that he or she is either - (a) not a member of an occupation pension scheme, or (b) has irrevocably surrendered their right to receive such a lump sum from the pension scheme. Page 7
8 At the time of payment, tax must be deducted by your employer on all of the lump sum less the basic exemption, increased exemption and increase for SCSB. You may apply at any time afterwards (subject to a four year time limit - please see What is the time limit for claiming tax reliefs? below), to your Revenue office for the benefit of the increased exemption if you are entitled to this and it was not granted by your employer (see application form in Appendix 2). It is not necessary to wait until the end of the tax year. You should send in your Form P45 in addition to the application form, when claiming the exemption. Form P45 is the form given to you by an employer when you leave employment. When is the lump sum taxed? The lump sum is taxable in the year you leave employment. What rate of tax applies to the taxable lump sum? The taxable lump sum payment is regarded as part of your total income and is taxed accordingly. However, in certain circumstances an additional relief called Top Slicing Relief may be due. What is Top Slicing Relief? Top Slicing Relief no longer applies to gross ex-gratia payments of 200,000 or more made on or after 1 January 2013, and was abolished in respect of all ex-gratia or lump sum payments made on or after 1 January The reliefs outlined in this leaflet exempt or reduce the amount of the lump sum to be taxed. Top Slicing Relief related to the tax payable and ensured that your lump sum was not taxed at a rate higher than your average rate of tax for the three years prior to redundancy or retirement. The formula for calculating this relief was: Taxable lump sum X (tax rate applied to lump sum - average tax rate for previous three years) In the case of a couple, taxed under joint assessment, where both spouses or civil partners had income in any of the three years preceding the tax year to which the termination payment referred, the tax rate was based on the income of the spouse or civil partner who received the termination payment or on the combined income of both spouses or civil partners depending on which rate was the most beneficial to the couple. Top Slicing Relief may still be claimed in respect of any lump sum payments made in 2010, 2011 and 2012, and for payments in 2013 which did not exceed 200,000 gross, by contacting your Revenue office (subject to the four year time limit - please see What is the time limit for claiming tax reliefs? below). Example An employee was made redundant on 8 June The taxable amount of the lump sum is 21,000, which is taxed at the marginal rate of 41%. The average rate of tax for the prior three tax years was 34%. Top slicing relief is: 21,000 x (41% - 34%) = 1,470. The tax payable will be reduced by 1,470. Page 8
9 What relief is available for Foreign Service? The exemptions provided in respect of Foreign Service relief ceased to apply for payments made on or after 27 March However, periods of foreign service can be aggregated with other service for the purposes of determining total years of service when calculating the basic exemption and SCSB. Prior to 27 March 2013, your redundancy or retirement lump sum may have been exempt or partially exempt from tax where you had been on foreign service with the employer who is paying the lump sum, provided certain conditions were met. If you need details please contact your Revenue office. What if I take a refund of Superannuation contributions? If you receive a refund of superannuation (pension scheme) contributions, the pension fund will automatically deduct tax at the standard rate of tax (currently 20%) from the refund. This will satisfy all your tax obligations on this income. Are PRSI and Universal Social Charge payable? Universal Social Charge is due on the taxable part of the lump sum. There is no PRSI liability. What is the time limit for claiming tax reliefs? The time limit for claiming tax reliefs in respect of lump sum payments is four years from the end of the year in which the lump sum payment is treated as income. Where do I submit my claim? Your claim should be sent to your Revenue office. Any Revenue correspondence that you receive will show the contact address of your Revenue office or if you visit and enter your PPS number into our Contact Locator, the name, address and contact details of your Revenue office will be displayed. Remember to quote your PPS number on all correspondence with Revenue. What happens if the lump sum is invested? Income from the investment of a lump sum is taxable in the normal way and depends on the type of investment you have made and the type of income you receive. Income from the investment of a lump sum should be shown on your tax returns as appropriate. Am I entitled to Social Welfare Payment? In some cases Redundancy/Retirement payment may affect entitlement to some Social Welfare payments. For further details please contact Information Section, Department of Social Protection Tel or your Local Social Welfare Office. Page 9
10 APPENDIX 1 Follow the steps below to calculate the amount of your redundancy or retirement payment which is exempt from tax. Step 1 Calculate your redundancy or retirement payment, which qualifies for relief, i.e. the portion exempt from tax. Do not include statutory redundancy, normal pay, holiday pay, etc. Non-statutory redundancy Pay in lieu of notice Value of any asset(s) given to you (car, etc.) Total (A) Step 2 Exemption due is the higher of the following: 1. Basic Exemption ( 10,160 + ( 765 x No. of full years service)) 2. Increased Exemption* (calculate below) 3. SCSB** (calculate below) Higher of the three is*** (B) Taxable amount of lump sum is (A - B) *Increased Exemption (See Page 3) 10,000 is not due if your tax-free entitlement from your occupational pension scheme is 10,000 or more or if you have claimed any reliefs in respect of a lump sum received in the previous ten tax years. If due, calculate as follows: 10,000 less (tax-free lump sum pension entitlement) plus (Basic Exemption - amount at 1 above) = (enter this figure at 2 above) **SCSB (See Page 4) Pay of final 36 months of employment multiplied by No. of completed years of service less amount of tax-free lump sum pension entitlement = X 3 15 = (enter this figure at 3 above) ***Note: For lump sum payments made after 1 January 2011 (B) cannot exceed 200,000 - or the lesser amount of 200,000 less any previous exemptions already granted for payments received from any previous employer. Page 10
11 APPENDIX 2 Application for Increased Exemption on Lump Sum Payments on Redundancy or Retirement Name of Claimant Address PPS Number Employer Number Refunds If you wish to have any refund paid directly to your bank account, please supply your bank account details. Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) From 1 February 2014, account numbers and sort codes have been replaced by International Bank Account Numbers (IBAN) and Bank Identifier Codes (BIC). These numbers are generally available on your bank account statements. Further information on SEPA can be found on It is not possible to make a refund directly to a foreign bank account that is not a member of SEPA. International Bank Account Number (IBAN) (Max. 34 characters) Bank Identifier Code (BIC) (if applicable) (Max. 11 characters) Note: Any subsequent Revenue refunds will be made to this bank account unless otherwise notified. Time Limit for Repayment Claims A claim for repayment of tax must be made within four years after the end of the tax year to which the claim relates. This form should be sent to your Revenue office, whose address can be found on any correspondence received or visit and enter your PPS number into Revenue s contact locator. Declaration which must be completed I declare that: (insert T as appropriate) This is my first ever lump sum payment I have not, in the last ten tax years, claimed any reliefs in respect of a lump sum received from this employer or a previous employer Signature Date D D M M Y Y Y Y Page 11 Telephone Number RPC005008_EN_WB_L_1
12 Further Information This leaflet is for general information only. For further information you can visit or contact your Regional PAYE LoCall Service whose number is listed below (within the Republic of Ireland only). u Border Midlands West Region Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Mayo, Galway, Leitrim, Longford, Louth, Offaly, Roscommon, Sligo, Westmeath u Dublin Region Dublin (City and County) u East & South East Region Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Meath, Tipperary, Waterford, Wexford, Wicklow u South West Region Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick Please note that the rates charged for the use of 1890 (LoCall) numbers may vary among different service providers. If calling from outside the Republic of Ireland, please telephone Time Limit for Repayment Claims: A claim for repayment of tax must be made within four years after the end of the tax year to which the claim relates. Accessibility: If you are a person with a disability and require this leaflet in an alternative format the Revenue Access Officer can be contacted at This leaflet is intended to describe the subject in general terms. As such, it does not attempt to cover every issue which may arise in relation to the subject. It does not purport to be a legal interpretation of the statutory provisions and consequently responsibility cannot be accepted for any liability incurred or loss suffered as a result of relying on any matter published herein. Revenue Commissioners July 2014 Designed & Printed by the Revenue Printing Centre Page 12
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