Claim All Your Tax Credits
At Irish Tax Rebates we are always striving to obtain your maximum tax refund. The 3 sections below, conveniently divided into My Health along with My Family and My Job will inform you of possible tax credits that you may be eligible for in the last 4 years.
Have you paid for medical expenses for you or your family?
You may be eligible to claim back up to 20% of medical expenses. See a full list here of all the allowable medical expenses.
Please forward your receipts to email@example.com or to our postal address. (Note, any medical costs that were reimbursed by your health insurer are not allowable for tax purposes)
Non-Routine Dental Expenses
Have you paid for non-routine dental expenses for you or your family?
If yes, request a form Med2 from your dentist, send it to us, and we will maximise any tax refund due to you.
Please forward your form Med2 to firstname.lastname@example.org or to our postal address.
Does your employer pay for your Health Insurance?
If yes, you may be due additional tax credits. Please forward your annual statement from your healthcare provider or a letter from your employer to us, and we will do the rest. These documents should include all the names, dates of birth & breakdown of the cost of those family members covered on the policy.
Child with a Permanent Physical or Mental Impairment
Do you have a child with a permanent mental or physically impairment which seriously affects their quality of life?
If yes, you could be due additional tax credits so please contact our team to discuss your situation.
Nursing Home Fees
Are you paying Nursing Home Fees?
If yes, please forward a copy or your receipt for these fees, along with the name, PPS Number, & date of birth of the person for whom you are paying the fees. You could be due a greater rebate, and we will liaise with Revenue for you to secure this.
Carer in the Home Fees
Are you paying an individual or organisation to take care of an elderly relative or an incapacitated person?
If yes, please forward a copy or your receipts, for the past 4 years, for this cost, along with the name, PPS Number, & date of birth of the person who is being cared for.
Have you or your family incurred 3rd Level tuition fees in recent years?
If yes, please forward a copy or your receipt from the course provider.
Please note that the first €3,000.00 of a full-time course and €1,500.00 of a part-time course are disregarded for tax purposes. (Specific foreign language and IT courses are exceptions.)
Example: If you had one child in university full time paying €3,000.00, the full amount is disregarded. However, if you had two children in university paying €3,000.00 each a total of €6,000.00, in this case you could be due a further rebate.
Stay & Spend Tax Credit
Did you know that if you spend more than €25.00 on a visit to a local restaurant, Irish hotel etc. between the 1st of October 2020 & 30th April 2021, you could be due money back?
If you do, please forward copies of the receipts to us, and we will look to maximise any rebate due back to you.
Married & Caring for a child at home
As a married couple, does one person work full time with the other person caring for the children either on a full-time basis or in conjunction with some part-time work outside the home?
If this applies to you, please provide the Names, Date of Births & PPS Numbers of your children, and we will look to increase your rebate potential.
Supporting Elderly Relatives
Do you financially support relatives over the age of 65 at home or abroad?
If so you may be entitled to a rebate. Simply complete and sign the Dependent Relative Tax Rebate form here and we'll secure your rebate for you.
Have you have got married in the last few years? If so, it may be tax beneficial to look at your taxes in conjunction with your spouse.
Please contact our team of experts to discuss your situation.
Single Parent and the Primary Carer
If you are the primary carer in receipt of the children’s allowance then please provide the name, date of birth and PPS Numbers of your children.
Also please let us know the years you have not cohabited with a partner within the last 4 years.
Single Parent but not the Primary Carer
If the above applies to your situation then subject to certain conditions you may be eligible for a substantial tax credit.
If neither you, nor the other parent of the child, are co-habiting with partners, and if the other parent is not availing of the credit, then they can assign the tax credit over to you.
Simply contact a member of our team to help you with your application to access your refund.
Do you make legally enforceable maintenance payments specifically to a former spouse/partner such as a contribution to a mortgage?
If yes, please contact our team to discuss your situation. (Note: payments in support of children are not allowable for tax relief)
Have you made contributions to a pension directly from your bank account? If yes, please forward us statements from your pension provider for the last four years.
Pensions are an effective and tax efficient way to plan for your future. Tax relief of up to 40% can be claimed on contributions. Let us know if you would like further advice on the potential tax benefits available.
Income Continuance or Income Protection Payments
Do you make payments directly from your bank account to an Income Continuance or Income Protection policy?
If yes, you may be due additional tax credits. Please forward us statements from your provider for the last four years.
Working from Home
Has your job or indeed Covid 19 required you to work from home in recent years?
The majority of people who have either worked or are working from home as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic are eligible to make a claim, if their employer has not directly re-imbursed them for these expenses. If you’ve worked from home in the past or are working from home now, You should apply to ensure that you get back what’s owed to you.
We’ve secured significant tax rebates for thousands of Ireland’s new remote workforce. To make your claim simply complete our form, and we’ll secure your rebate for you.
Uniform Allowance & Work-Related Expenses
Does your work require you to pay annually for certification to be able to carry out these duties?
If you incur such a cost for which you are not reimbursed by your employer, please forward a copy of this work-related expense to Irish Tax Rebates to claim your tax refund.
Work Related Foreign Travel
Has your work involved foreign travel to emerging market economies specifically Russia, Middle East, Asia, Africa, India, or South America?
If yes, you could be due a substantial tax rebate. Please contact our team of experts to review your situation.
Relocating to a different country raises many tax queries. Let our team of tax experts know your date of leaving Ireland and your destination to ensure we secure your maximum tax refund in an efficient manner. We can then lodge any payments due to you, to your bank account.
Use of Personal Vehicle for Work Purposes
Does your work require you to use your personal vehicle, for which you are not reimbursed?
Tax relief can be claimed for use of your vehicle & related expenses such as fuel, Motor tax etc. Contact our team to claim tax relief on these expenses. (Travelling directly to and from work is not considered using your Vehicle for work purposes)
Special Assignee Relief Programme (SARP)
Have you been reassigned from abroad by your employer to work in Ireland? Did your employer apply for the SARP tax credit within 90 days of you commencing work in Ireland?
If yes, contact our team of experts who will guide you through this complex process and obtain your refund in a time efficient manner.
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