PAYE Modernisation: 2 Weeks to Deadline

Wednesday, 19 December, 2018
11.00 am
Online - At your desk
1.5 hours

Revenue is introducing a new PAYE regime for employers and you will need to be ready by the 1st of January 2019. The updated PAYE system will revolutionise the way employers and accountants process payroll going forward. From the very beginning of the year, employers must be prepared to start reporting their payroll information to Revenue in real-time.

PAYE Modernisation: 2 Weeks to Deadline

It’s time to be prepared and get ready for PAYE Modernisation. Employers and payroll bureaus have just two weeks left to make sure that they have the correct payroll processes in place to cater for the requirements of PAYE Modernisation.

On this webinar, you will learn how PAYE Modernisation will affect the payroll processing and what is expected from you going forward. We will also take you through your essential PAYE Modernisation checklist making it feasible to streamline the PAYE Modernisation process.


  • An overview of PAYE Modernisation
  • Elimination of the P forms - P30, P60 P35, P46 and P45 forms
  • Recent updates and changes to PAYE Modernisation
  • How PAYE Modernisation will affect employees
  • 10 Step Checklist 
  • How Thesaurus Software is helping
Paul Byrne

Paul Byrne

FCA, MMII, ACIPP, Managing Director at Thesaurus Software Ltd. and formerly an accountant in practice

Guest Speaker: Revenue

We are delighted to be joined by our guest speaker Sinead Sweeney, who is the PAYE Modernisation Change Manager at Revenue. 


The webinar is CPD Accredited for accountants and payroll bureaus. The webinar takes place on 19th December at 11.00 am and is free to attend.

If you are unable to attend the webinar at the specified time, simply register and we will send you the recording afterwards.

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Sinead Sweeney

Sinead Sweeney

PAYE Modernisation Change Manager, Revenue Commissioners.