Foreign Income

If the answer is yes, then you have to include this income in your income tax return which needs to be submitted to Irish Revenue by the 31st October following the end of the tax year.

In simple terms, Irish residents who are also Irish domiciled are taxable on their worldwide income, notwithstanding the fact that withholding tax may have already been deducted in the jurisdiction in which the foreign income originates.

Tax credit for foreign tax paid can be used when computing your income tax position.

Our experienced tax specialists developed a friendly tax questioning pack ensuring you will not miss any reliefs and tax deductions you may be entitled to in order to minimize your tax liability.

We will guide you through the registration process, prepare your income tax return and submit it to Irish Revenue. Your dedicated Account Manager will advise you along the way.