Tax Refunds not being claimed by up to 1.8 million workers

Tax Refunds not being claimed by up to 1.8 million workers

Recent Revenue reports have revealed that both PAYE and Self-Employed workers are failing to claim relief on medical and dental work. 

Tax relief can be claimed on non-routine expenses, as well as GP fees, medicine, physiotherapy, hospital, and surgical fees.

The average refund for an individual over four years totals €494.

From January 1, workers will no longer be able to claim tax back from 2014 as there is a four-year limit on refunds.

All claims can be made using Revenue.ie

 

For expert advice on accounting, auditing and taxation services please contact us at McEvoy Craig  


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