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How to register online and claim levy/tax credits/ refunds : Now Includes Forms

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  • Registered Users Posts: 4,079 ✭✭✭relax carry on


    What company would be best to deal with if looking for a Tax Rebate? Who can do it?

    If you can manage to post here, then you can do it yourself for free via MyAccount on Revenue.ie.

    When you say looking for a tax rebate, do you have something specific in mind or just a general am I entitled to rebate query?


  • Registered Users Posts: 36,058 ✭✭✭✭BorneTobyWilde


    If you can manage to post here, then you can do it yourself for free via MyAccount on Revenue.ie.

    When you say looking for a tax rebate, do you have something specific in mind or just a general am I entitled to rebate query?


    I know little of it, so part both, am I entitled to one. So it's easily done, hmm, never turned out that way, but I'll take a look.


  • Registered Users Posts: 4,079 ✭✭✭relax carry on


    I know little of it, so part both, am I entitled to one. So it's easily done, hmm, never turned out that way, but I'll take a look.

    Tax refunds come about in three ways:

    1 You've been emergency taxed during an active tax year and your employer or you didn't correct it.
    2. You were moving/working multiple jobs during an active tax year and your credits and rate band weren't utilised/distributed efficiently between your employments.
    3 You are claiming some additional tax credit/relief based on your own circumstances. For example health expenses, tution fees, home carer tax credit in Jointly Assessed cases for married/civil partners, etc.

    https://www.revenue.ie/en/personal-tax-credits-reliefs-and-exemptions/index.aspx

    https://www.revenue.ie/en/online-services/services/common/request-or-view-your-statement-of-liability.aspx


  • Registered Users Posts: 370 ✭✭nihicib2


    Got married last year, partner is self employed, low income, can I claim some of his tax credits and if so how do I go about it?

    Thanks :0)


  • Registered Users Posts: 4,079 ✭✭✭relax carry on


    nihicib2 wrote: »
    Got married last year, partner is self employed, low income, can I claim some of his tax credits and if so how do I go about it?

    Thanks :0)

    All info here.

    https://www.revenue.ie/en/life-events-and-personal-circumstances/marital-status/marriage-and-civil-partnerships/joint-assessment.aspx


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  • Registered Users Posts: 86 ✭✭raymick


    I worked for an Irish company I was sent to Sweden to work for them I paid tax here in Ireland, an apartment was rented for 3 of us by the company and we received €20 a day expenses for food etc, which obviously didn't cover everything as it is an expensive country so I had to pay for most stuff from my own money as well as my normal expenses at home wife, kids, mortgage and bills, can I claim any tax back. I worked there for three weeks of a month and got home every third Friday and then back again that Monday so out of a month I was only home for 2 days


  • Registered Users Posts: 994 ✭✭✭rightmove


    Hi,

    Just logged into revenue and looks like I have overpayment of preliminary tax to claim for 2022. I also have some dental work that needs to be cliamed.

    I see that there is a wizard for the submission of Income tax return (which I presume I need to fill out to claim).

    Not sure why they dont just refund you the overpayment - why do you need to fill a form.

    Also I havent dont this in years so any advice is appreciated from you tax gurus.

    Is it simple enough process. Presume of the dental I need the reciepts etc.



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