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Leaving Ireland? Don’t leave your tax behind

Were you employed and paying tax in Ireland at any point over the last 4 years? You’re probably due a hefty sum from the Revenue.

Why? Income tax is calculated by dividing your tax credits evenly throughout the year. If you emigrate halfway through the year, you could be due half a year’s worth of unused tax credits.

Then there’s the cash everyone leaves on the table. Overpayments. Tax reliefs. Additional tax credits. It all adds up.

Don’t leave YOUR money in Ireland. Claim everything you’re owed now.

Complete our 60-second form and we’ll secure you the biggest rebate possible for the lowest fee. Our average rebate in 2019 was €1,057!

Were you employed and paying tax in Ireland over the last four years? You’re probably due a hefty sum from the Revenue. Unpaid tax credits. Overpayments. Tax reliefs. It all adds up.
 
Want the biggest rebate possible for the lowest fee? Complete our 60-second form and we’ll get to work.

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What We Check

A Comprehensive Review

We’ll complete a full and thorough review of your taxes, leaving no stone unturned in our efforts to secure your tax rebate. We can review up to 4 years of taxes for you to help get your tax back.


Tax Relief Review

You may be eligible for one or more of the following tax reliefs. We check them all on your behalf. Request your check now; complete our 60-second online form.

  • Mortgage Interest Relief
  • Medical Expenses
  • Non-routine Dental Expenses
  • Rent Relief
  • Home Renovation Incentive Schemes
  • Redundancy Payments

Tax Credit Review

We ensure you’re getting all the Tax Credits you’re due. Request your check now, complete our 60-second online form.

  • Single/Married/Civil Partner Credits
  • Widow/Widowers Credits
  • Employee Credits
  • Earned Income Credit
  • Single Parent Family Credit
  • Incapacitated Child Credit
  • Blind Tax Credit
  • Age Tax Credit
  • Dependent Relative Credit
  • Home Carer Credit
  • Medical Insurance
  • Tax Rebate for Tuition Fees
  • Incapacitated Individual
  • Flat Rate Expenses
  • Guide Dog Allowance
  • Return to Work Credit

Universal Social Charge Review

Introduced in 2011, the Universal Social Charge (USC) is deducted at source by employers or paid directly by the self-employed. So you might have overpaid USC without even knowing it. We’ll check back through 4 years of USC to see if you’re due a tax rebate. Request your check now, complete our 60-second online form.