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Tax and Tax Credits for Non-Residents



If you are non-resident your ordinary residency and domicile will affect how you are taxed.

Ordinarily resident and domiciled in Ireland

You might be non-resident, ordinarily resident and domiciled in Ireland for a tax year. In this case you will pay Irish tax on your worldwide income except:

• your foreign income from a trade, profession or employment performed outside of Ireland

• your foreign investment income if it is less than €3,810.


Non-ordinarily resident and domiciled in Ireland

You might be non-resident, non-ordinarily resident and domiciled in Ireland for a tax year. In this case you will pay Irish tax on:

1. your Irish income and income from a trade, profession or employment performed in Ireland

2. any gains.


Why not fill in our Merchant Navy questionnaire to see if you qualify (takes 2 minutes) 


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