One of the girls in the office was talking about a film she saw this week, 'Scent of a Woman', starring Al Pacino who plays a blind, medically retired Army officer. It got us thinking here about what tax reliefs are available in Ireland for people with a visual impairment.
Tax Tips and Useful Information
Welcome to our blog! You’ll find tax refund tips, news, and tax back advice from the experts that do it everyday. At TaxHug, we want to make sure you get every euro you’re entitled to, in the easiest way possible.
Thousands of doctors across Ireland miss out on hundreds of euro each year because they don’t claim tax refunds that they are entitled to. So, to help put more money back in your pocket, let’s look at 4 key refunds that doctors miss out on.
Around about now, landlords around the country begin thinking about their tax returns and start fervently searching for crumpled receipts that have been flung here, there and everywhere. To make this arduous exercise easier, we have compiled a list of the top five tips when preparing your rental income accounts.
The country seems to have descended into adventure racing fans, and here at TaxHug, we get lots of queries about claiming back tax on injury treatments and a lot of them seem to include physiotherapy.
Who Qualifies as a Dependent on Your Tax Return? If you care for a dependent relative you may qualify for the ‘Dependent Relative Tax Credit’. For each dependent, you can deduct €70 credit from the tax you pay which if claimed over 4 years amounts to €280.