TAX SETTLEMENT / REFUND IN IRELAND

TAX SETTLEMENT / REFUND IN IRELAND

Due to the huge interest in the subject of income tax refund / settlement in Ireland, we would like to inform you that tax refund is most often due if the following circumstances have occurred in the last 4 years and they have not been reported to Revenue: - documented medical expenses have been incurred - there is a significant disproportion in the income of the spouses (part time or one not working) and no joint settlement of spouses was requested - the legal rental of a house or flat began before December 2010 but the rent relief was never used - the fact of having a full medical card was not reported to Revenue - not working the spouse dealing with household and childcare does not benefit from appropriate relief - lack of continuity of work in any year in the last 4 years (due to unemployment, illness, maternity, care for an elderly or sick person, leaving Ireland) - private payment for health insurance - the spouse lives permanently outside of Ireland and has a low income compared to those in Ireland - single parents with children If one or more of the above-mentioned circumstances occur, there is a high probability that a tax refund is due. In order to verify this fact free of charge, please contact us by email [email protected] Advisor Ireland www.doradca-irlandia.com