The easiest and fastest way to claim your PAYE tax refund.

Use our FREE tax refund calculator to see if you’re due tax back. If you like what you see, TaxHug can complete your official tax form, for just €49, so you can claim your refund.

All you need is your P60 and a nice cuppa!

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The Average Tax Refund is

€880

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Could I really be due a refund?

Each year, over 1 million PAYE workers are due a tax refund but many don’t realise this and miss out on hundreds. To see if you’re due tax back, use TaxHug! How you spend your refund, is up to you!

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Lisa Rearden got back

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Great service. The free tax refund calculator was so handy and I got my form instantly after. Can't recommend highly enough!

How it works in 3 simple steps

Simple questions

You just answer some easy questions about your year (e.g, did you work, how much did you earn?) that are designed to help you get your maximum refund. It only takes a few minutes to complete.

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See your tax refund

TaxHug is then able to calculate and show you exactly how much tax back you are due. Your refund calculation is always 100% FREE to see. No other service in Ireland lets you do this, we’re one of a kind!

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Get your tax form

TaxHug can help you claim your money by emailing you a fully-completed Revenue tax form (Form 12) for just €49. You just print it and free-post to Revenue and wait for your refund to arrive! Peace of mind knowing that everything is done right!

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Backed by decades of experience

Trusted accountancy professionals

Founded by partners at D.A O’Sullivan Limited, an Irish chartered accountancy firm with over 30 years experience in tax returns. Our team provide professional expertise to ensure that our software is always up to date with the latest legislation.

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Find out in minutes if you could be due a tax refund.

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