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Married Persons Tax Credit

Married Persons Tax Credit

In Ireland, If one gets married, both husband and wife continue to be treated as single people for tax purposes in that year. Futhermore, if the tax payable as two single people in the year of marriage is greater than the tax which would be payable as a married couple – a refund of the difference can be claimed. So, if somebody gets married in 2010, the tax refund due will be calculated after 31 December 2010 and If the marriage has happened in 2011, any tax refund due to you will be calculated after 31 December 2011.

In the Subsequent Years after marriage, the following options from taxation point of view are available.

* Joint Assessment/Aggregation.
* Separate Assessment.
* Separate Treatment/Assessment as Single Individuals.

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