Tag Archives: Non resident tax

Non-Resident Landlords – Do you need help?

If you rent a property in Ireland but you’re a resident of any other country worldwide, you are what we call a non-resident landlord. If you’re getting rent from your property in Ireland, the money you’re making comes under Irish taxation law, and so you’re required to complete an Irish tax return to declare that

Non-resident Landlords – How to return my income?

Things on the political front are quite crazy across the water and the uncertainty isn’t good for anyone, so hopefully a workable solution for all will be the final outcome. Teresa May is one formidable lady and must be under severe pressure. On the sporting side of things the writer is extremely happy about the

PRSI on my rental profit as a non-resident landlord

We are continuing our series of posts about what you need to know when it comes to your taxes. These posts are based on real-world questions that we’ve been asked by clients. So, if you need help with anything specific, send us an email and let us know! This week’s focuses on a question we

Tax Obligations for Non Residents!

Do you own a property in Ireland that you’re renting out but you don’t live in the country? There are a few tax obligations that you need to be aware of, but also, there are some tax deductions you need to be taking advantage of! So, what exactly is a non-resident landlord? You are classed