They contain details of your pay as well as the income tax, PRSI and Universal Social Charge that has been deducted by your employer and paid to Revenue.
They are important documents, particularly as they are records of your PRSI contributions.
When you're at a coffeehouse, the IP address you see will be different from the IP address you see at home, a hotel or an airport. Your IP address isn't obvious to others, but it isn't hidden.
If your social insurance contributions have not been paid you may lose entitlement to a social welfare benefit or the amount of your pension may be reduced.All they need to do is record your IP address and use an IP Lookup service.At the end of each year, your employer gives you your P60 and if your employment ends, your employer must give you your P45.If you have worked in another country, your social insurance record in that country may help you qualify for benefits in Ireland.You can find out about moving to Ireland and your social security entitlements.