Thursday, April 23, 2009
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Everyone is asking this question. People are lost. In my previous post I wrote about new rule of bringing ID to post office when collecting dole. Read here. Nobody knows if you are already required to bring you ID to the post office.
Following quiries from Northside People Newspaper on behalf concerned locals, the socila welfare told that post office workers have been told to use their discretion with the new checks. From Northside People
I'd say there are many people in panic as some of them don't have a driving licence or passport. Some people would need to spend € 80 to get a passport if the new rule will be applied.
No one really knows what is happening! What is your opinion on this?
Thursday, April 16, 2009
I heard that they are looking for 280 staff. Hurry up!
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Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Finally I got my P45 from my employer, so I brought it to tax office and they will give me some refund. Wasn't expecting it at all. Money in to the pocket are better than nothing! So hurry up! As well would like to mention that the service was so quick I could not believe it.
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
As the numbers claiming welfare increases significantly, the Department of Social and Family Affairs is introducing stricter identity checks in Post Offices throughout the country for people collecting Social Welfare payments. Minister Mary Hanafin T.D., today (6th April 2009) said that tighter security checks were necessary as part of the crackdown on those claiming a jobseeker payment but not resident in the state.To read more go to Social Welfare Press Page.
"People legitimately collecting a social welfare payment should be able to produce valid photographic ID, such as a Driving Licence, Passport or National Identity card. Staff working in Post Offices have to be satisfied that they are giving the right payment to the right person" said the Minister.
Notices will be displayed in all post offices throughout the country in the coming weeks advising customers collecting social welfare payments such as Jobseekers, One Parent Family Payment, Back to Work or Child Benefit payments that they must be able to produce a valid ID to collect their payment. An Post staff must be satisfied that they are making the correct payment to the right person. All claimants should be able to produce valid photographic ID when collecting a payment.
Update: Till now you don't need to bring photo ID to the post office but I guess it might change in few weeks. I will keep you updated.