Do I require to file a Tax Return?
Recently, I’ve heard people discussing the tax return filing deadline, so I was wondering if I needed to file one myself.
Everyone in Ireland who earns money is required to pay taxes. Because of how our tax system is set up, if you work as an employee, your tax is deducted at the source before you get your paycheck.
However, you must submit a self-assessment tax return each year if you earn any money in addition to this income.
The following are the most typical justifications for having to file a tax return:
- You work for yourself, as a freelancer, or as a contractor.
- You rent out property or use Airbnb to make money.
- You oversee a corporation as its director.
- You have stock.
- You’ve sold a personal asset, your business, or some of it.
- Money that you inherited
We can assist if you need to file a tax return. Call our helpful and knowledgeable team at +353 1 44 28230 to set up a free initial consultation, or send us a message using our online contact form to get things started.
Do you require accounting & taxation assistance?
Understanding the various tax credits and exemptions may be a tough subject to grasp.
This is especially true if you’re beginning a business in Ireland and want to focus on running it as efficiently as possible. We have a page dedicated to common tax credits in Ireland, but please contact our Customer Services Team if you would want information on your unique case. We’re always pleased to chat about the services you’ll need to get your company off to a good start!
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