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How to fill out the Family Income Supplement form (FIS 1)

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Family Income Supplement (or FIS) is a weekly social welfare payment for parents who have jobs but don’t earn a lot of money. Find out more here.

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Page 1 Annotation 1: If you don't know your PPS number you can contact your local INTREO or Social Welfare Office.

Page 1 Annotation 2: Spouse means a husband or wife.

Page 1 Annotation 3: Cohabitant is a partner you live with but aren't married to.

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Page 5 Annotation: Financial contributions means money.

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Page 6 Annotation 1: Financial institution means your bank or credit union.

Page 6 Annotation 2: You can find your IBAN and BIC on your bank account or online statement.

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Published November 17th, 2016
Last updated November 2nd, 2017
Tags forms social welfare social welfare scheme employment
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