1. Authorisation to act as agent
I, the undersigned, declare to the Revenue Commissioners of Ireland, that I authorise Intax Financial Ltd to act as my agent with regard to all aspects of my income tax.
I understand that this contractual agreement will remain in place until such time as either party, the client or the agent, has notified the Revenue Commissioners of Ireland in writing of their wish to cancel this agreement.
2. Authorisation for Agent to receive refunds on behalf of client
I authorise the transfer of any refund or repayment of PAYE/Income Levy/Universal Social Charge due to me by the Revenue Commissioners by electronic funds transfer to the following bank account which is held by “Intax Financial Ltd”:
Bank: Bank of Ireland
BIC Code: BOFIIE2D
IBAN Number: IE50 BOFI 9061 6024 4848 39
Name of Account Holder: Intax Business Advisors Ltd
I understand that any refund made by the Revenue Commissioners to my agent, (Intax Financial Ltd) on my behalf is refunded in a similar manner as if same were being refunded directly to me and that once the refund is transferred into the bank account nominated by me I have no further call upon the Revenue Commissioners in respect of same. I understand that Intax Financial Ltd is acting as my agent and is solely responsible to me in respect of any refund received by them on my behalf. I further understand that Intax Financial Ltd is an independent entity and that the Revenue Commissioners make no endorsement of my agent or any such agency and cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for problems encountered by me in dealing with them. I understand and agree that the “Intax Financial Ltd will input its own bank account details on the Revenue record for the duration of this mandate and will remove these details on the cessation of the mandate. I confirm that I am aware of, and agree to, the payment of the fees charged by Intax Financial Ltd in respect of the services carried out on my behalf and that this fee will be deducted from any amount refunded by Revenue and that the balance of this amount will be paid to me.
3. Terms and Conditions of Authorisation
I understand that Tax law provides for both civil penalties and criminal sanctions for the failure to make a return, the making of a false return, facilitating the making of a false return, or claiming tax credits, allowances or reliefs which are not due. I confirm that I will provide the necessary documentation to Intax Financial Ltd to support any refund, credit claims or claims for allowances and reliefs made to Revenue on my behalf by Intax Financial Ltd. I confirm that I will provide details of all my sources of income to Intax Financial Ltd. I understand that Intax Financial Ltd is required to retain a copy of all documentation relating to any refund or credit or allowance or relief claimed by the agent on my behalf and that the agent will be required to produce same to Revenue upon request.
4. Our Services
Descriptions and illustrations. Any descriptions or illustrations on our Site are published for the sole purpose of giving an approximate idea of the Services described in them. They will not form part of the Contract or have any contractual force.
Services Exclusions from Liability.
You acknowledge and agree that we shall not be liable to you and or in breach of any obligation of our company under these Terms
(a) if you have provided information or an instruction to us which is false, inaccurate, incorrect, insufficient or misleading in any way; or
(b) if you have already received a refund; or
(c) if you have applied for a refund, either directly or through another person, natural or legal; or
(d) you owe money to the Taxing Authority; or
(e) the Taxing Authority has different information on its system than that provided by you to us; or
(f) the Taxing Authority information leads to a decision that you are not due a refund. Where there is a possible case for appeal within the law, such appeal may be taken by us, where the information provided by you to us enables us to do so and where we have agreed the Additional Charges and Vat applicable and they have been paid as provided in these Terms.
5. Your obligations and your Acknowledgments
It is your responsibility to ensure that:
(a) the terms of your order and all of the Documentation is clear accurate and complete;
(b) you co-operate with us in all matters relating to the Services;
(c) you provide us promptly with all of the Documentation requested by us including the Required Information.
You agree to indemnify us for any loss, cost, expense or liability that we suffer or incur as a result of acting or relying on your Documentation, and your instructions. This clause shall survive the expiry or termination of the Contract howsoever caused.
You acknowledge and agree that
(a) we may rely and act upon all Documentation and instructions given by you.
6. Charges, and Additional Charges
In consideration of us providing the Services you must pay our charges (Charges) in accordance with this clause 3. Our Charges are based on the tax refund secured for each individual Customer from the Tax Authority (currently 15% plus VAT), with a minimum charge of €25.
The Charges are the fees quoted on our Site at the time you submit your order. The Additional Charges are those applicable to Additional Services we have agreed to provide, shall be as quoted on the Site at the time you submit your order or where not so published, as agreed by us with you in writing.
7. Tax Refunds and Costs
If a tax refund is sent directly to you, by the Tax Authorities as a result of the Services performed by us, you will be liable to pay against our invoice our Charges and Vat for such Services, within 30 days of the date of our invoice communicated to you.
Upon receipt by us of the tax refund from the Taxing Authorities, we will deduct our Charges and Vat and pay the balance to you by cheque or where we have agreed to do so in writing by inter bank transfer. In either case, you the Customer will be responsible for any bank charges levied by the Bank you use to obtain the cash equivalent of the cheque we send you. Where any bank charges are applied by the Bank to us, either arising from our paying you by cheque or interbank transfer, you the Customer undertake to indemnify and pay us any such applicable charges that are applied to us on your refund cheque, as communicated to you.
Complete the online
We shall send you an email to obtain further
information for your business,
income and expenditure.
We then review
your tax records
and calculate your Taxes.
We will let you know your
tax liability, for your review
and approval before
filing the tax return.
The tax return pay & file deadlines for income earned in 2018 outside the payroll are set out below.
For PAYE workers you need to submit a Form 12 unless the non-PAYE income exceeds €5,000 then you Must register for the Self Assessment Income Tax system and submit an Income Tax Form 11.
A. No later than 31 October 2019.
A1. 15 Dec 2018. Payment due on gains arising between 1 January 2018 to 30 November 2018. Use CGT Payslip A
A2. 31 January 2019. Capital Gains Tax-Payment due on gains 1 December 2018 and 31 December 2018. Use CGT Payslip B
Failure to file tax return for these payments in 2019 will result in penalties even if liability is paid in full.
It is important to record the sale of assets by completing a tax return even if no liability arose as Revenue are aware of the sale but are unaware of whether you have tax liability or not due.
All capital losses Must be reported by completing your tax return in order to use them against future gains.
The deadline for filing your income tax return and paying preliminary tax is 31st October each year.
You must submit an income tax return if you are in receipt of other income apart from your PAYE income. This may include income from a trade or business, rental income, you are a Proprietary Director or you are in receipt of any other form of income. You must also file a tax return if you have been granted SARP relief (Special Assignee Relief Programme).
Preliminary tax is your estimate of income tax and related charges payable by you for the current tax year to be paid along with the previous year’s tax liability. These are both due in the same event.
In calculating your preliminary tax payment, you should ensure that it covers your liability for your Income Tax, USC & PRSI.
To calculate preliminary tax due you must choose at least one of the below:
If you don’t pay your Preliminary Tax on time you will be charged interest for late payment of your tax.
You can register using Revenue’s Online Service (ROS) or by submitting the tax registration Form TR1. Alternatively, Taxreturned.ie can do this for you for a fee of €50.
Yes — you are obliged to file a self-assessed return every year by the deadline of 31st October, even if you did not make any profit.
The expense must be business related and must be used wholly and exclusively for the purposes of your trade.
You can pay your tax liability by posting a cheque to the Collector General, by debit or credit card payment over the phone or through your Revenue profile online.
Yes. Income earned and taxes deducted via the PAYE system are incorporated into your income tax return along with any additional non-PAYE Income. In effect an income tax return is a declaration of your full livelihood, therefore engaging the services of professionals such as Taxreturned.ie is recommended.
Yes you must pay Income Tax and Preliminary Income Tax on any rental profits. It is your rental profit and not the gross rents that you pay Income Tax on.
Tax Clearance Certificates must now be applied for through Revenue On-Line Service (ROS). The Tax Clearance Certificate will only be issued if all of your tax returns and payments are up to date. It will be cancelled at any time during the year if your tax returns and payments go behind. If you need help email at email@example.com and we shall be happy to assist you.
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