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29-08-2016, 19:20   #61
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I am carrying out works to my home of over 55k. I'm looking to do this through the HRI scheme. However I have two ID numbers for the same property. One in my own name and one in my partners. Does it matter whos ID number I use? Could just use both
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11-10-2016, 13:28   #62
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The HRI scheme has been extended for a further TWO years to end 2018

#Budget2017.
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The HRI scheme has been extended for a further TWO years to end 2018

#Budget2017.
I have a question if anyone can answer would be very grateful

I bought a house in the summer for my family and I

I am putting in a new kitchen, all in 10k for fitting, appliances, plumbing etc

I am also getting the whole house interior and exterior, 3.5 - 4K for that with some 3D wallpapering done in babies room

New tiles in kitchen and bathroom, about 1k for that inc labour.

Getting a dual heating system with smart control ( solid fuel and oil heating) inc stove, plumbing and smart device for control its about 3.5k

Also getting cavity wall insulation, part of attic floored and stira put in, 1.2k for that, got the grant with SEAI for that, house was built in 2006 so just qualified.

My question is what do I qualify for in the home improvment scheme?

Do I claim back for

kitchen 10k
Paint 4k
Stove 3.5k
Tiles 1k

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Say I put in for 18.5k how much will I get back?
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Kitchen will need to drop in price. Can't claim for white goods as far as I know.

The trades will have to initiate the claim and you log in to confirm so you'll have to make sure they are registered to do it.
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18-05-2017, 09:23   #66
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Hi,
I had new windows put into my house by a registered contractor, total cost was near 6.5k, this was in June '16.
The contractor entered the Job on HRI online, and I claimed for the HRI grant on the HRI section of the revenue website back in Jan '17. Does anyone know when I should receive this payment, or should I already have received it?
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I had new windows put into my house by a registered contractor, total cost was near 6.5k, this was in June '16.
The contractor entered the Job on HRI online, and I claimed for the HRI grant on the HRI section of the revenue website back in Jan '17. Does anyone know when I should receive this payment, or should I already have received it?
You don't get any payment. It's a tax credit...you just pay less tax over 2 years.
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Looking to extend and renovate a house next year. Budgeting maybe €100k. My question is what's the best way to get the most from the scheme. I know there is a cap on it?
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If you get a kitchen from 'up north' is it still possible to claim against this as part of the HRI scheme?
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Looking to extend and renovate a house next year. Budgeting maybe €100k. My question is what's the best way to get the most from the scheme. I know there is a cap on it?
Could possibly more than one person in the family make claims?
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Could possibly more than one person in the family make claims?
The claim is made based on a property tax id. Only one claim per property.
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I'm in a similar position. The contractor had to be pestered for a vat invoice and now he claims he isn't qualified for the HRI scheme. He's VAT registered but I've a feeling he's not going to play ball at all. Is there any come back if you've a contractor that won't engage with the process? Clearly the VAT on my bill is in his back pocket
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I suspected as much. More lazy regulation. I'm only down a few hundred but it would bother me less if I thought the VAT had been paid to Revenue on my job
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