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      We Aim To Get You The Highest Tax Refund

      No Refund No Fee – simple as that!

      Tax Refunds Made Easy

      … in 3 simple Steps

      This is all you need to do! We do the rest.

      Then we let you know if you are due a refund.

      There are many more credits you may be entitled to claim.

      How To Claim Your Tax Back ?

      By completing our simple Online Registration form, our team of qualified Chartered Accountants will be able to review your taxes for the last four years. Once registered we will review your taxes for the last four years and ensure you are claiming all your tax credits and entitlements.

      What We Do ?

      Firstly

      We review your taxes for the last four years and see if you have overpaid tax or universal social charge (USC) in any of those years. If you have overpaid, we would then process the returns for those years and claim a tax refund for you.

      Secondly

      We email you a small list of tailored questions, based on your personal circumstances, and once we get the confirmation / documentation, we will then process these claims with Revenue.

      Finally

      When we receive the funds from Revenue to our client account, we will send you YourMoneyBack by either bank transfer or cheque. The overall period from registration to you receiving your tax refund can be less than 10 working days.

      We aim to get the highest tax refund for you based on your personal circumstances.

      Do any of the following apply to you ?

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      Worked full or part time

      If you have worked full time or part time in any of the last four years, you may have overpaid tax in one or more of these years.

      Single Parent Child Carer Credit

      If you are a single parent and not living with a partner, you may be entitled to claim the Single Parent Child Carer Credit. There are rules for claiming this credit that we will happily discuss with you.

      Tuition fees

      If you paid tuition fees during the last four years, you can claim tax relief on the payments. There are certain criteria that must be met but we will guide you on what qualifies for tax relief.

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      Multiple jobs

      If you have worked in multiple jobs during the same tax year, it may be a case that you have overpaid tax in one of those employments. This may be due to you not having your tax credits and bands set up correctly.

      Medical expenses

      Once you have paid medical expenses, you are entitled to claim tax relief on them through your taxes. This includes Prescriptions, Doctor / Consultant visits, hospital visits, Dental expenses, Laser eye treatment, IVF, Nursing home expenses and many more.

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      Private Pension

      Have you paid into a private pension outside of your employment? You can claim tax relief on the payments to the pension provider.

      Unemployed

      If you left your job during the year and are currently not working, we can claim a tax refund for you once you have paid either Tax or USC. Simply let us know that you have ceased employment and we will process your claim.

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      Incapacitated Child Tax Credit

      If you have a child that is permanently incapacitated, either physically or mentally and are unable to support themselves, you are entitled to claim this credit. We will prepare the necessary paperwork in order to claim this credit.

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      Blind Person

      If you are blind or have impaired vision, you can claim the blind person’s tax credit in a tax year.

      Home Carer Credit

      If you are married and you are a stay at home carer for your children, then you may be entitled to claim the Home Carer Credit. We will check your taxes for the applicable years and see if you qualify.

      Widow Parent Tax Credit

      If you are a widowed person or a surviving civil partner and have a dependent child, then you may qualify for this tax credit. After the year of bereavement, it operates on a sliding scale.

      Age Tax Credit

      The age tax credit can be claimed in a tax year if you are 65 years or older. Also if you are jointly assessed or separately assessed and your partner is 65 year or older in a tax year, then you would qualify for this credit too.

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      Worked full or part time

      If you have worked full time or part time in any of the last four years, you may have overpaid tax in one or more of these years.

      1

      Multiple jobs

      If you have worked in multiple jobs during the same tax year, it may be a case that you have overpaid tax in one of those employments. This may be due to you not having your tax credits and bands set up correctly.

      Unemployed

      If you left your job during the year and are currently not working, we can claim a tax refund for you once you have paid either Tax or USC. Simply let us know that you have ceased employment and we will process your claim.

      Home Carer Credit

      If you are married and you are a stay at home carer for your children, then you may be entitled to claim the Home Carer Credit. We will check your taxes for the applicable years and see if you qualify.

      Single Parent Child Carer Credit

      If you are a single parent and not living with a partner, you may be entitled to claim the Single Parent Child Carer Credit. There are rules for claiming this credit that we will happily discuss with you.

      Medical expenses

      Once you have paid medical expenses, you are entitled to claim tax relief on them through your taxes. This includes Prescriptions, Doctor / Consultant visits, hospital visits, Dental expenses, Laser eye treatment, IVF, Nursing home expenses and many more.

      P

      Incapacitated Child Tax Credit

      If you have a child that is permanently incapacitated, either physically or mentally and are unable to support themselves, you are entitled to claim this credit. We will prepare the necessary paperwork in order to claim this credit.

      Widow Parent Tax Credit

      If you are a widowed person or a surviving civil partner and have a dependent child, then you may qualify for this tax credit. After the year of bereavement, it operates on a sliding scale.

      Tuition fees

      If you paid tuition fees during the last four years, you can claim tax relief on the payments. There are certain criteria that must be met but we will guide you on what qualifies for tax relief.

      ~

      Private Pension

      Have you paid into a private pension outside of your employment? You can claim tax relief on the payments to the pension provider.

      ]

      Blind Person

      If you are blind or have impaired vision, you can claim the blind person’s tax credit in a tax year.

      Age Tax Credit

      The age tax credit can be claimed in a tax year if you are 65 years or older. Also if you are jointly assessed or separately assessed and your partner is 65 year or older in a tax year, then you would qualify for this credit too.

      Married

      If you are married, we will ensure that you are claiming the benefits of joint assessment by reviewing you and your partners taxes together. If it is more beneficial to be jointly assessed, we will prepare the paperwork for you to sign. Also, if you are married in the last four years we will check if you are entitled to claim the Year of Marriage Tax Credit.

      If you are married and your partner is living in another country, you may still qualify for the benefits of “Aggregation Relief”.

      Flat Rate Expenses (Uniform Allowance)

      Revenue allow many employees to claim a flat rate expense depending on their occupation. We ensure that you are claiming the correct flat rate expense for each of the last four years. Occupations that qualify for the flat rate expenses include Nurses, Doctors, Healthcare Professionals, Teachers, Engineers, Tradespeople, Retail workers, Bar Staff, Firefighters and many more. There are many more Tax Credits you may be entitled to claim.

      There are many more credits that you may be entitled to claim. If you have any questions on other matters, simple send us an email to info@yourmoneyback.ie and our qualified accountants will get back to you.