Carers Tax Credits

Claiming Home Carer Tax Credit

Use myAccount to claim the Home Carer Tax Credit for the current year. Alternatively, you can complete the Home Carer Tax Credit claim form. You can then post this form to your Revenue office. If you pay tax under the self-assessed system, the tax credit is claimed by completing the Home Carer section on your annual

Tax Relief on the Costs of Employing a Home Carer

Tax relief on the costs of employing a home carer You can claim tax relief on the cost of employing a carer either if you employ one for yourself, or for another family member. You can employ the carer directly or you can use an agency that employs carers. If

Home Carer Tax Credit

Home Carer Tax Credit: A Home Carer Tax Credit is a tax credit given to married couples or civil partners (who are jointly assessed for tax) where one spouse or civil partner works in the home caring for a dependent person. The tax you are liable to pay is calculated

Incapacitated Child Tax Credit

Incapacitated Child Tax Credit: You can claim an Incapacitated Child Tax Credit if you are the parent or guardian of a child who is permanently incapacitated, either physically or mentally and Became so before reaching 21 years of age or Becomes permanently incapacitated after reaching the age of 21, but while

Dependent Relative Tax Credit

Dependent Relative Tax Credit: If you are caring for a dependent relative you may qualify for the Dependent Relative Tax Credit. Rules You can claim Dependent Relative Tax Credit if you maintain at your own expense: A relative, including a relative of your spouse or civil partner, who is unable

Tax Relief on Nursing Home Fees and for Dependent Relatives

Tax Relief on Nursing Home Fees: Income tax relief is available on fees paid for nursing homes. You claim tax relief for nursing home fees under the general scheme for tax relief on medical expenses. Tax relief on nursing home fees applies at the highest rate of income tax that you pay.