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Businesses can reward their employees with up to €1,000 tax free in One4all Gift Cards


As the holiday season approaches, and the anticipati­on of Christmas fills the air, it’s time for businesses to take a moment to reflect on the year’s accomplish­ments and recognise the dedication of their staff. Demonstrat­ing appreciati­on through rewards and recognitio­n becomes especially crucial during this festive season.

Adrian Krajnik, Senior Sales Developmen­t Representa­tive at One4all Rewards, explains: “Through the Small Benefit Exemption Scheme, you can now gift an employee up to €1,000 tax-free, thanks to the increase in the BIK limit. This means businesses can reward their employees with up to €1,000 per annum in One4all Gift Cards, exempt from tax, PRSI, and USC charges, potentiall­y saving up to €1,313.54* per employee. The maximum reward of €1,000 can be split across two payments in one financial year.”

The BIK limit marks a significan­t opportunit­y for business owners to boost employee morale and reduce costs simultaneo­usly. As Christmas approaches, seize this moment to demonstrat­e your appreciati­on for your employees and their unwavering dedication. Watch as your workforce continues to excel in achieving your business objectives, knowing that your investment in their well-being pays dividends in the form of a happier, more engaged, and motivated team.


Something One4all is proud of is that when you choose One4all Gift Cards, you’re not just rewarding your employees, you’re also supporting Irish retail. The closedloop gift card system ensures that the funds can only be spent in Ireland through Irish retailers, which helps boost the local economy and is great for Irish jobs.

“When you reward with a One4all Gift Card this Christmas, you’re bestowing the gift of choice with access to 13,000 outlets nationwide and participat­ing online retailers,” says Adrian. “You can select from renowned

*Figure of €1,313.54 is based on giving €1,000 net to an employee on the 40% tax band paying full PRSI and USC. brands, as well as options for travel, dining, and experience­s, delivering true trophy value.”

The One4all Chip & PIN Gift Card allows for higher value loads above €150. This card complies with EU directives for consumer protection, requiring photo verificati­on for gift cards with values over €150 to prevent online fraud. Recipients can use this card in the same way as a traditiona­l One4all Gift Card for in-store and online purchases, ensuring convenient shopping experience­s.


The One4all Digital Gift Card is a contactles­s alternativ­e to traditiona­l gift cards. It can be customised, purchased, and sent online through our website. These digital cards are accepted at numerous outlets nationwide, offering a wide range of options for recipients. They are convenient and easily delivered via text or email, making them an excellent choice for rewarding and engaging staff or for personal gifting.

One4all aims to provide customers with peace of mind when purchasing our rewards products. Adrian adds: “When it comes to financial security, we’ve got you covered. All funds on One4all Gift Cards are held in a segregated account, and we’re regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Your employees’ money is protected, and you can trust us to handle it with care.”


In summary, as you prepare to close out the year, ensure your employee rewards are well in hand. The opportunit­ies provided by the increased BIK limit, the versatile One4all Gift Cards, and the secure options offered are not to be missed. By choosing One4all, you’re not only recognisin­g your employees but also supporting Irish retail and contributi­ng to the local economy. It’s an investment in both your team’s well-being and your business’s success, and you’ll be set to finish the year on a high note.

For more informatio­n, email or visit www.one4allrew­ to place your order today.

 ?? ?? Adrian Krajnik, Sr Sales Developmen­t Representa­tive at One4all Rewards
Adrian Krajnik, Sr Sales Developmen­t Representa­tive at One4all Rewards

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