Here’s another great benefit of contracting! Under Revenue’s rules, all contractors can claim a €500 tax free non-cash bonus each year.
In order to facilitate this, Fenero has partnered with One4All, so that all Fenero Contractors can easily avail of Revenue’s Small Benefit Exemption Scheme.
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