Small Benefit Exemption Scheme: Reward your Staff this Christmas with the Love Drogheda Gift Card
October 25, 2022
Give the Gift of our Shop Local Love Drogheda Gift Card this Christmas.
Budget 2023 announced that the Small Benefit Exemption was to be increased from €500 to €1000. This increase also applies for tax year 2022. Under the Small Benefit Exemption scheme businesses can gift Directors and Employees two gifts with a max value total of €1000, tax free.
We are seeking the support of businesses with capacity to do so to reward their staff this Christmas and further support local businesses and your local town by gifting the Love Drogheda Gift Card.
By choosing the Love Drogheda Gift Card you are helping to support local employment, our Gift Card is funded through the Love Drogheda Business Improvement District and no commission is charged to the retailers to accept the card, thus every cent spent in Drogheda stays in Drogheda.
The Love Drogheda Gift Card has over 170 participating businesses that are helping to provide a huge level of variety for users of the gift card whilst supporting valuable employment to the town and maintaining a healthy high street. The Gift Card is accepted across food, clothing, health and beauty, hospitality, fuel, fitness, and everything in between.
For more information on the Love Drogheda Gift Card or to place order directly please visit https://www.lovedrogheda.ie/love-drogheda-gift-card
Corporate orders of the Love Drogheda Gift Card can be placed via:
Love Drogheda BID office
Emailing email@example.com or online at https://townandcitygiftcards.ie/business-orders/ (will take between 3-5 working days for cards to be received).
Important Notice: Corporate order cards are locked whilst in transition for safety. Once your order is received email firstname.lastname@example.org and CC email@example.com with your order reference number to have the cards unlocked and ready for use.
For more information on the Small Benefit Exemption Scheme, please visit https://www.gov.ie/en/press-release/5bd34-minister-donohoe-publishes-finance-bill-2022/#small-benefit-exemption