Non-Resident Landlord

Non-Resident Landlord – who are they?

A non-resident landlord is someone who lives and works outside Ireland, but the same individual receives income from renting an asset, principal private residence, or investment property in Ireland.

I am a Non-Resident Landlord – do I need to submit a tax return in Ireland…YES!

If you rent out a property and do not even make a profit you need to submit a tax return to the Irish Revenue.

Even if the property is rented via a letting agent, through HAP or other government programs you need to submit a tax return declaring all the income and expenditure of the property for the relevant tax year.

Tax deadline date for making a Non-Resident Landlord tax return?

The deadline for tax returns is the 31st of October of the following year.

Do I pay taxes in both countries?

Most countries have double taxation agreements with Ireland. If you are a non-resident landlord and need to declare your Irish rental income in the country you live in now, the double taxation agreements mean you will receive some credit for the Irish income tax paid.

No Refund, No Fee - Straightforward as that!

PAYE individuals in receipt of PAYE income only, can avail of our ‘No Refund -No Fee’ policy. If you are due a tax refund our fee will be 10% plus VAT of any tax refund due to you and remember, there is no upfront payment or minimum charges – our fee is only due when you receive your tax refund.