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Are you due a Tax Rebate in 2024?

This application will enable you to receive a refund due to the over payment of tax to the Revenue.
Mortgage Interest Tax Credit is up to €1250

An email will follow requesting the correct documentation in order to add the Mortgage Interest Tax Credit.

To clarify if you are due are a Mortgage Tax Credit please refer to the qualifying criteria below.

Click the icon for the qualifying criteria.


Click the icon for qualifying documents required.

The Mortgage Interest Tax Credit is available to individuals who:

  • had a qualifying loan in the years 2022 and 2023
  • had the interest on the qualifying loan increased from 2022 to 2023
  • and
  • on 31 December 2022, had an outstanding loan balance of between €80,000 and €500,000.

You can only apply for the Mortgage Interest Tax Credit if the property was:

  • your principal private residence for 2023
  • the principal private residence of a dependent relative
  • or
  • the residence of a spouse which they used to attend their employment.

You cannot claim the Mortgage Interest Relief tax credit if the property is not a qualifying property.

Your property does not qualify for the credit if it is:

  • a residential property not compliant with obligations
  • a residential property not compliant with planning permissions
  • or
  • a residential property acquired from a connected party where the purchase price substantially exceeded the property value.
To claim the Mortgage Interest Relief, you must submit the following documents:
  • Certificate of Mortgage Interest 2022
  • Certificate of Mortgage Interest 2023
  • and
  • confirmation of qualifying loan balance at 31 December 2022.
Please also confirm that your property is either
  • your principal private residence for 2023
  • the principal private residence of a dependent relative
  • or
  • the residence of a spouse which they used to attend their employment.


Click the icon for the qualifying criteria.

Click the icon for qualifying documents required.

The Mortgage Interest Tax Credit is available to individuals who:

  • had a qualifying loan in the years 2022 and 2023
  • had the interest on the qualifying loan increased from 2022 to 2023
  • and
  • on 31 December 2022, had an outstanding loan balance of between €80,000 and €500,000.
You can only apply for the Mortgage Interest Tax Credit if the property was:
  • your principal private residence for 2023
  • the principal private residence of a dependent relative
  • or
  • the residence of a spouse which they used to attend their employment.
You cannot claim the Mortgage Interest Relief tax credit if the property is not a qualifying property. Your property does not qualify for the credit if it is:
  • a residential property not compliant with obligations
  • a residential property not compliant with planning permissions
  • or
  • a residential property acquired from a connected party where the purchase price substantially exceeded the property value.
To claim the Mortgage Interest Relief, you must submit the following documents:
  • Certificate of Mortgage Interest 2022
  • Certificate of Mortgage Interest 2023
  • and
  • confirmation of qualifying loan balance at 31 December 2022.
Please also confirm that your property is either
  • your principal private residence for 2023
  • the principal private residence of a dependent relative
  • or
  • the residence of a spouse which they used to attend their employment.



Your return will be filed to secure any other tax rebates available to you. If the documentation isn’t supplied.

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