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You can apply for the payment if you are aged between 18 and Students and non-EEA nationals can apply for the payment. You may be asked to confirm your eligibility for PUP. PUP is closed to new applicants from 8 July Under the Economic Recovery Planthere will be a gradual reduction in rates starting on 7 September If your reduced PUP payment is less than the jobseekers payment or other social welfare income supports that you qualify for, you will get the higher payment. Employees, self-employed people and workers applying for international protection including those in direct provision can get the COVID Pandemic Unemployment Payment.
Be self-employed and your trading income has ceased due to the COVID public health emergency or has collapsed to the extent that you are available to take up other full-time employment. You do not need to de-register as self-employed to get a payment.
You do not need to apply to or notify the DSP that you are earning below this amount over 8 weeks.
You must keep evidence of your earnings for inspection. This applies to both voluntary and compulsory redundancy. If you were temporarily laid off due to COVID and later get a redundancy payment, you are eligible for PUP as long as you continue to meet all the other eligibility criteria. Your redundancy payment does not impact your eligibility for the payment.
If you are a student, you can continue to get PUP as long as you meet the qualifying conditions outlined above. A cross-border or frontier worker is any employed or self-employed person who works in one jurisdiction and lives in another. Living in another jurisdiction means that you return to your home country every day, as a rule, or at least once a week.
If a frontier worker loses their job, they should claim unemployment benefits from the country they are living in. This is because PUP does not pay anything extra for dependants. Your dependants include your spouse or partner and your children. For example, you may have been getting one of the following payments while you were working:. You can read a full list of social welfare payments that people can continue to get and claim PUP. You do not have to satisfy the usual time limits for BTEA.
You must be entering the first year of your course. This applies both when your due date is within 16 weeks and if it is more than 16 weeks from the last day of your employment. If you are getting PUP, you are treated as if you are in employment when you apply for Maternity Benefit. You submit your Maternity Benefit application as normal. Your maternity leave should start no later than 2 weeks before the end of the week in which your baby is due.
You should ask your GP to complete form MB3 to send along with your application. PUP will close to new applicants from 8 July You can get an application form by ing forms welfare. You do not need to contact the DSP about your earnings. The DSP has access to this information from Revenue. If you are an employee, your average gross weekly earnings are assessed in 3 separate periods — from January to Decemberfrom January to February and from January to September The higher figure is used.
Similarly, if your average gross weekly earnings in were higher than inthe figure will be used. If you are self-employed and apply for PUP, your average weekly income in or will be used to decide your rate of payment. The amount you earned during the year or when you earned it It has been a long week want to come over not affect your rate. If you feel that it may make a difference to your rate, you can request a review of your payment from the DSP.
To request a review of your rate, you should PUPRerate welfare. You should include all supporting documentation with your request. However, the amount of tax you are liable to pay depends on your overall income during the year.
You will not pay tax, if your tax liability is less than your tax credits and allowances. The statement shows your income tax and USC for It tells you whether you have underpaid or overpaid your tax for If you have underpaid your tax, you can:. Revenue has more information on the taxation of PUP paid in InPUP is treated like other taxable social welfare payments. It is taxed in real-time.
This means it is taxed as it is paid. The tax due is collected by reducing your tax credits and rate band. This can limit any additional liabilities at the end of the year. Revenue has more information about the taxation of PUP paid in You will be deemed to have paid PRSI contributions at the same class that you were paying immediately before you were laid off while you are getting the payment. If you are contacted by the Department and asked to provide evidence of your eligibility for PUP you should do this online at MyWelfare.
If you are still eligible for PUP, you will continue to get your payment as normal. If you no longer meet the eligibility criteria, you must close your PUP claim. You can close your claim on MyWelfare. The Department does not ask you for your bank or financial institution details as part of the process.
If you applied for PUP and you didn't get a payment, you can get more information on possible reasons for this on gov. If you have questions about closing your claim, you can contact the DSP income support helpline on Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. You can close your claim using MyWelfare. If you have a question about this topic you can contact the Citizens Information Phone Service on 07 Monday to Friday, 9am to 8pm. You can also contact your local Citizens Information Centre or Request a call back from an information officer. PUP is paid every Tuesday into a bank in the State. How long will PUP continue?
And You must also: Be aged between 18 and 66 Live in the Republic of Ireland Have been in employment or self-employment in Ireland on or after 13 March Be genuinely seeking work Not be getting any income from employment Have at least one PRSI contribution in the 4 weeks before claiming PUP or be in insurable self-employment.
You may lose your payment if you: Refuse to return to work following lay off Refuse an offer of suitable employment Refuse or fail to engage with activation measures — this can include training that will help you find a job You can find more information in the DSP guidelines about who can qualify for PUP. Cross-border workers A cross-border or frontier worker is any employed or self-employed person who works in one jurisdiction and lives in another.
Should I apply for PUP or a jobseeker payment? If your days at work have been reduced, you do not qualify for PUP. There is no payment for adult or child dependants. Self-employment earnings assessment If you are self-employed and apply for PUP, your average weekly income in or will be used to decide your rate of payment. Requesting a review of your PUP rate If you feel that it may make a difference to your rate, you can It has been a long week want to come over a review of your payment from the DSP.
If you have underpaid your tax, you can: Arrange to fully or partially repay the tax due using my or Revenue can collect the underpayment by reducing your tax credits over a period of 4 years, starting in January You will not have to pay interest on any underpayment. PRSI You will be deemed to have paid PRSI contributions at the same class that you were paying immediately before you were laid off while you are getting the payment.
Self-employed people will be awarded 52 annual contributions in the normal way. Appeals If you applied for PUP and you didn't get a payment, you can get more information on possible reasons for this on gov. You should include any additional information in support of your application.
How to apply PUP is closed to new applicants from 8 JulyIt has been a long week want to come over
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COVID Pandemic Unemployment Payment