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Navigating Irish Tax


Hi there! If the phrase “Irish tax return” has you scratching your head, don’t fret. We are here to shed some light on the subject.

Here’s What You Need to Know:

  • Yearly Rundown: In Ireland, tax year is pretty straightforward. It kicks off on January 1st and winds down on December 31st. If you’ve got some euros coming your way from Irish sources, it’s time to think about that tax return.
  • Who Needs to File? Not every individual is required to submit a tax return. However, if you have additional income from a side business, earn rental income from a property, or have other sources of revenue beyond your primary employment, it’s essential to prepare and file accordingly.
  • The Perks – Credits & Reliefs: Here’s the good news! Ireland is generous with tax credits and reliefs. Whether it’s personal credits or rent reliefs, it’s worth taking a moment to see what you can pocket.
  • Circle the Date: If you’re going old-school with a paper tax return, aim to have it in by October 31st. If you’re more tech-savvy and using the Revenue Online Service (ROS), you’ve got a bit more wiggle room, usually until mid-November.
  • Missed the Boat? We get it, life’s busy. But try to hit that deadline. There are penalties, and they’re not fun.

Navigating Irish tax can be challenging and often overwhelming. If you find yourself uncertain or in need of guidance, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at DimovTax. Our dedicated team is always available to provide clarity and take care of your Irish taxes to ensure you’re on the right path. Feel free to contact us below to get started.

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