A tax rebate is money you are due from the revenue commissioners of Ireland on inspection of your taxes paid. In Ireland, there is millions left unclaimed and we have helped claim back thousands.

Our services are online and to act as you tax agent we need you to sign the digital signature page on the internet. Our process is straightforward, and we can advise you at all stages of progress.

We deal with PAYE tax and USC checks for rebates only. We check for Tax relief Tax Credits and your USC History.

The progress takes about 3 weeks. Our new service means we are going to roll out Cash delivered rebates throughout Ireland. We aim to be the fastest in getting you a CASH rebate.

As an existing client, there is no need to re-register. We will automatically review your tax records for a rebate annually.

We will have access to employment income and social welfare payments. We will need you to forward for example copies of medical expenses and tuition fees to support your claim.

The bank details referred to on revenue correspondence relate to our company client account. Revenue lodge all tax refunds into our client account, we then deduct our fee before sending you a cheque for the balance. Our fees are 15%.

Our website and records held are extremely safe. Our website has an SSL certificate and we have a cookie policy. We work within the best principles of GDPR and never ever resell your information. We make it easy to unsubscribe from our services and upon unsubscribing we remove and destroy all your information safely. While you are a customer of our services, we will from time to time tell you about special offers.

Rebates.ie is a website managed by Intax Financial Ltd registered with the Irish revenue commissioners. They have an official Irish revenue agency Tax Agents: Intax Financial Ltd TAIN: 75752V and are not endorsed by the revenue commissioners. They work on a no rebate no fee basis.

Rebates.ie follows a strict NO REFUND, NO FEE policy .

If we secure you a refund, then we charge either €25 or 15% of the refund, whichever is greater.