Claiming Mortgage Interest Tax Credits

Share with your friends:

Claiming Mortgage Interest Relief is easy. Just follow these steps:

What You Need:

  • Certificate of Mortgage Interest for 2022 and 2023
  • Confirmation of your loan balance as of December 31, 2022

For PAYE Taxpayers:

  1. Log into myAccount.
  2. Go to ‘PAYE Services’ and ‘Manage My Record.’
  3. Upload your documents in the Receipts Tracker.

For Form 11 Filers:

  1. Use ROS’s ‘Upload Supporting Documents’ service under ‘Other Services.’

Claiming as a PAYE Taxpayer:

  1. Sign in to myAccount.
  2. Click ‘Review your Tax 2020-2023.’
  3. Request a ‘Statement of Liability’ for 2023.
  4. Click ‘Complete your Income Tax Return.’
  5. Under ‘Tax Credits & Reliefs,’ choose ‘You and your family,’ then click ‘Mortgage Interest Tax Credit.’
  6. Follow the instructions to claim.
  7. Submit your Income Tax Return.

Claiming if You’re Self-Assessed:

  1. Sign in to ROS.
  2. Navigate to ‘My Services.’
  3. Click ‘File Return.’
  4. Select ‘Income Tax.’
  5. Choose tax year 2023.
  6. Find the ‘Mortgage Interest Tax Credit’ section and input your details.

Following these steps ensures you claim Mortgage Interest Tax Credits hassle-free.

Claiming Mortgage Interest Tax Credits

If you want to receive a quote for a holiday them please fill out this form: https://form.jotform.com/whatsgoingonireland/holiday-needs-form

These service is for members’ only, membership is €10 per year, become a member here  https://whatsgoingonireland.ie/subscribe-landing-page/

2 thoughts on “Claiming Mortgage Interest Tax Credits”

  1. Hi just checking to claim this mortgage tax relief does you mortgage have to be over 80,000 in 2022

  2. Elaine Fitzgerald

    Hi Claire I need your help 🙏🙏. I’m on a pension from the defence forces where do I go on My account to claim the mortgage interest relief . I owed 80,526.30 as of the 31 Dec 22

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *