Rental Income Tax Returns

If you are an Irish landlord or live abroad and rent a property in Ireland, and receive income from these properties, then you must file a rental income tax return every year. Whether you are renting a residential property or holiday home, you must declare all properties that you rent with Revenue and file a tax return related to any income earned from those rental properties. As with all tax returns, there are several different classifications you need to take into consideration based on where you or your rental property is located.  

Luckily, our experts at Tax Return Plus cover everything you need to know in order to properly file rental income tax returns.  From non-resident landlords to allowable deductions, these handy articles will help you understand all things related to rental income tax returns.

Non-Resident Landlord Collection Agents

Non-Resident Landlord Collection Agents A Non-Resident Landlord is someone who owns a rental property in the Republic of Ireland but is currently living abroad. All non-resident landlords must declare ...

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What Tax Relief Can I Claim as a Landlord?

If you are a landlord with property in Ireland, you must declare any rental income to the Revenue Commissioners. Regardless of your earnings, tax rate band, country of residence ...

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Rental Income Tax Returns: Most Frequently Asked Questions

Rental Income Tax Returns: Most Frequently Asked Questions If you own Irish rental property, you know that filing and paying your rental income tax return is not a simple ...

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Non Resident Landlord: Guide to Irish Tax Returns

Guide to Irish Rental Income Tax Returns  & Appointment of Collection Agents for Non-Resident Landlords:  If you own rental property in Ireland but are not currently living in the ...

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Form 11 — Guide to Income Tax Return Ireland

It can be difficult to determine your tax liabilities as a landlord. This blog covers everything you should know about your tax liabilities & form 11.

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What Tax Relief is Available Under the Home Renovation Incentive?

All landlords have a legal duty to make sure their properties meet certain minimum physical standards. These standards were originally set back in 2008, but have since been updated, and ...

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