If you worked in any of these countries, you could be due a Tax Refund

Claim your 2017 Irish tax refund before the deadline!

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Calling all Irish Workers!

You only have up until 31 December 2021 to claim your 2017 tax refund!

Irish tax payers can go back 4 years when applying for their tax refund, at the end of 2021, they will no longer have the option to apply for their 2017 tax refund.

The average Irish tax refund is €1,880 so it is definitely worth finding out if you’re due a tax refund for the 2017 tax year!

Every year, thousands of Irish workers leave their hard-earned money with the tax man. 

You don’t want to be one of these people! So, make sure you claim your tax back!

The average Irish tax refund is €1,880



How do I know if I am due a tax refund for the 2017 tax year?

There are a number of reasons you could be due an Irish tax refund for the 2017 tax year. 

You may be due a tax back if:

  • You worked on a full or part time basis during the tax year

  • You worked for only part of the year

  • You paid emergency tax

  • You were made redundant during the tax year 

  • You incurred medical/dental expenses


How do I claim my 2017 tax refund?

To claim your tax rebate, you must file a tax return with Revenue for the 2017 tax year. 

Look, we know filing a tax return is complicated and boring. 

So, if filing a tax return sounds like the last thing you want to do, don't worry!

Taxback.com is here to help! We can prepare and file your 2017 tax return and claim your maximum legal tax refund!

Our team will make sure that you’re fully tax compliant, and we will claim all of the tax reliefs and deductions you are entitled to!

Claim your tax back easily online with Taxback.com. Get started by completing this form.

How much will my 2017 tax refund be?

This depends on your own individual circumstances like your income for example. 

Did you know that you can claim a number of tax reliefs and deductions to maximise your tax refund?

Many Irish workers are not aware that they are entitled to tax relief if they incur certain expenses. 

By claiming these tax deductions and reliefs, you can maximise your tax refund!

There are a range of different tax reliefs that Irish workers may be eligible to claim. 

The most common types of tax reliefs claimed by Irish workers are listed below:

  • Medical & Dental  Expenses

  • Flat Rate Expenses

  • Working from Home Relief

  • Tuition fees 

  • Year of marriage tax relief


The average Irish tax refund is €1,880



This is your last chance to apply for your Irish tax refund for the 2017 tax year. 

Once the deadline on 31 December has passed, you will no longer be able to claim your 2017 tax rebate

So don’t delay - Apply for your 2017 tax refund with Taxback.com today!

Why choose Taxback.com? 

  • Maximum legal tax refund guaranteed

  • Simple, online process 

  • Our tax experts will handle all of the complicated tax paperwork 

  • Our Live Chat team is on hand 24/7 to assist with your queries 

  • Our service is no refund, no fee, get a free no-obligation refund estimate before you apply!


When can you claim tax back for 2021?

You can claim your 2021 Irish tax refund from 1 January 2022. 

Simply fill in our tax refund application form and our tax experts will help you claim your maximum tax refund.


About The Author

Kate Reville - Marketing Executive @ Taxback.com

Kate creates content for Taxback.com covering top tips to help our readers save on their tax bill! In her spare time, Kate likes travelling, cooking and watching Netflix!

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