Payroll services Ireland

Reliable payroll outsourcing in Dublin, Ireland

 At Ireland Accountant our experienced payroll team are able to provide a full range of payroll and HR solutions for small, medium or large businesses. We can help you with all aspects of your business’s payroll including:

  • Payroll processing
  • Tax compliance
  • Employee benefits administration HR outsourcing

We offer an efficient service at competitive rates that are tailored specifically to meet the needs of each client. Our clients include both public sector organisations as well as private companies across many industries.

Ireland Accountant payroll specialists have over 20 years of experience working within the Irish accounting industry. This means we understand how important it is to keep up-to-date on new legislation and regulations so that we can ensure that your company complies fully with these requirements.

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Our accountants will work closely with you to make sure everything runs smoothly from start to finish.

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Why outsource your payroll to Ireland Accountant?

Payroll Services in Ireland FAQs

Payroll is the process of calculating and paying wages to employees. It involves a number of different steps, including:

  • Calculating pay rates for each employee based on their salary or hourly rate;
  • Determining how much tax should be deducted from an employee’s wage;
  • Preparing payslips that show all deductions made by employers;
  • Sending out payslips to employees so they can claim any entitlements such as holiday pay or sick leave;
  • Collecting money owed to you by your employer;
  • Checking whether there have been any errors with regards to payments made.

The Irish government has introduced legislation that requires businesses employing more than 10 people to provide payroll services. This means that companies must now calculate salaries and make sure that workers receive the correct amounts of statutory benefits. Employers who do not comply face fines up to €10,000 per worker. If you’re looking for a reliable accounting service provider in Dublin, look no further! We offer a wide range of professional services at competitive prices.

When it comes to payroll, most small businesses don’t need full-time staff dedicated solely to this task. Instead, many choose to use outsourced payroll services instead.

These firms typically employ highly skilled professionals who know exactly what needs to happen when it comes to preparing payslips and making sure that taxes are paid correctly.

They also understand the ins and outs of various employment laws and regulations. In addition, these experts often have years of experience working within the industry. As a result, they can quickly identify potential problems before they become major issues.

Outsourcing payroll services allow you to focus on running your business while we take care of everything else. You’ll save time and effort because our team will handle every aspect of payroll processing. Our experienced accountants will also ensure that you stay compliant with new regulations. We’ll even help you prepare your company accounts if required. Contact us today to find out what other services we can offer.

Choosing the right payroll company in Ireland requires careful consideration. You should look at how long the firm has been operating, whether it offers any guarantees and if its customer base consists mainly of local companies or those from other countries too. Also, check if you will be able to make changes to the way your business operates once the contract ends. Finally, ensure that the provider understands the requirements of Irish law regarding wages and tax payments. If you’re unsure about anything, ask questions!

Finding reliable payroll services isn’t always easy but we’ve put together a list of tips to help you spot good quality providers.

First off, try asking friends and colleagues who have used similar services before. They’ll know what they expect from a payroll provider so this could save time by avoiding potential pitfalls.

Next, search online for reviews of various firms. Look for comments left by previous customers and read through testimonials carefully. These might give you insight into the level of professionalism offered by certain businesses.

Thirdly, take advantage of social media sites. Many people use these platforms to share experiences and recommendations on products and services. Take note of positive feedback and negative criticism posted by others.

Lastly, don’t forget to conduct thorough research yourself. Check out websites like Google and Facebook to see what kind of content is shared by users. Read up on the reputation of the firm you want to work with. Ask around to get more info.

Setting up a new payroll can be expensive depending on the size of your workforce. However, most payroll software packages offer free trials allowing you to test drive the product prior to making a purchase decision. Once you decide on a suitable solution, you can start saving money straight away.

Yes, you certainly can. There are many options available today including self-service, full service, online and even mobile apps All of these methods allow you to select the best fit for your needs. For example, some employers prefer to handle their payroll themselves while others would benefit from outsourcing the process. Whatever method you go for, remember to thoroughly review the terms and conditions of the agreement before signing anything.

Most payroll providers charge per person regardless of the number of workers employed. This means there’s no added fee for hiring an employee over another. Some firms may also require you to sign a separate employment agreement that covers all employees hired after the initial one.

Employers must complete annual returns which include details such as name, address, contact numbers, date of birth, National Insurance Number, occupation, salary range and type of payment scheme. The information provided here doesn’t replace the legal requirement to file returns. It simply gives you a better idea of where to begin looking for relevant data.

Some of the main categories of payroll services available include

  • Full Service – A complete package offering everything needed to manage payrolls. This type of service usually includes preparation of payslips, calculation of salaries, payment of statutory benefits, filing of returns and submission of annual statements.
  • Self Service – An alternative option where clients only require basic information about their employees. This may involve providing details such as name, address and date of birth.
  • Online Services – Offering online access to payroll systems via web portals. Clients simply enter their own personal details into the system and then wait for the results.
  • Payroll Software – The latest trend is towards cloud-based solutions which provide real-time visibility across all aspects of an organisation’s payroll processes.
  • Cloud-Based Solutions – Using technology to store records remotely rather than locally. This allows organisations to keep track of employee details without having to physically visit each office. It also means that there is no risk of losing important documents or being unable to retrieve them due to fire damage or theft. 


There are several factors that determine the overall price of payroll outsourcing. For example, some providers charge extra fees for things like data entry and printing.

Other costs include software licences, training sessions and ongoing support.

However, the majority of providers charge between EUR50 and EUR100 per month depending on the size of your workforce. This figure includes both labour and administration costs.

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More than just a bookkeeper


We specialize in accounting for all your personal and business needs. Our friendly team of qualified accountants can handle anything from personal tax to company registration. Whether you're just starting out or already established, we're the perfect choice for managing your accounting needs.


If you are struggling with your bookkeeping, it may be time to outsource the work. This will not only save you time and energy but also give you peace of mind knowing that the work is done accurately. Outsourcing bookkeeping services can do everything from reconciling accounts to running payroll.

Tax returns

Our tax returns service is a fast, affordable and convenient way to get your taxes done. We offer thorough tax filing services that are tailored to the individual needs of our clients. We provide all necessary information for you to understand your taxes, including what deductions you qualify for and how much in taxes you owe.

Company formation

Company formation in Ireland can be a complicated process with a lot of bureaucracy. The key to success is to have all the necessary documents in place from day one. This will simplify the process and potentially save you from being turned away at the door. Need assistance? We’ll be happy to help.

Secretarial services

Our company is a leading provider of company secretarial services for small and medium-sized enterprises. We offer a wide range of services from setting up your business to accounting, taxes, and payroll.

Online accountant

A lot of people are turning to online accounting services in Ireland. These services are cheaper, more convenient, and more efficient than the traditional accounting services that are offered by most accountants today.

Auditing services

Ireland Accountant is a leading tax auditing firm in Ireland. We provide a wide range of tax audit services for SMEs and big corporations alike. Our team of dedicated professionals has decades of experience in the fields of audit, accounting and taxation.

Payroll Outsourcing

We are your one-stop shop for everything payroll. We analyze the best payroll software, keep up with labour law changes, and provide you with all the information you need to make decisions about your company's payroll.