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Double Taxation Relief Manual

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Double Taxation Relief Manual: Guidance by country: Ireland: Claim forms

The forms for the purpose of claiming relief from Irish tax are as follows

Irish forms

a) Company General - These forms should be completed by UK resident companies claiming relief from Irish tax payable in respect of interest, royalties, sub-contractor payments or professional fees;

b) Individual General - These forms should be completed by UK resident individuals claiming relief from Irish tax payable in respect of interest, royalties, pensions, annuities, sub-contractor payments or professional fees.These forms and notes for guidance on their completion can be obtained from the the Centre for Non-Residents, Nottingham or from Office of the Revenue Commissioners, International Claims Section, Government Offices, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, Ireland.

No special forms are available for claiming relief from tax on an employment exercised by an individual in Ireland. Where exemption may be due under the terms of Article 15 of the agreement (Employments), the claim should be made by letter to the appropriate Tax Office in Ireland.