This isn't anything new. Most companies in this situation have made the requirements clear months ago. The big accountancy firms warned about this back in the summer.So we could have an influx of technology workers back into the country in December,
Or perhaps it was just better than the Australian model of abandoning tens of thousands of citizens abroad with no way of returning home.not even Tony Holohan will stop that even if he still shames irish people into not returning. Maybe thats the real reason why we never closed down air travel and hastily started very expensive private covid testing at the airport to facilitate this influx.
Either are still applicable as far as I know. Your employer can pay you up to €3.20 per day, or if your employer doesn't make this payment, you can claim relief yourself. If you claim the relief yourself, you can't claim the €3.20 per day, you need to do your own self-assessment.Do you still need your employer to 'sponsor' this claim or can it be made directly to revenue?
Each spouse / housemates claim individually, but can only claim for their own portion depending on how the bills are split. So if your broadband for your household for the year is say €800, you can't both claim you each paid €800, so spouses would probably find it easier just to claim on €400 each.if both spouses wfh can both make the same claim or is one claim per house hold?