Irish minimum wage after Tax and PRSI?

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  • Irish minimum wage after Tax and PRSI?


Answer #1 | 08/05 2013 14:20
It depends on how many hours you work. The first €180 or so you earn per week is not taxed so if you don't work many hours you won't pay any tax. If you work an average working week (39 hours) you'll bring home about €350 per week after tax.
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