Form P50 "First Claim for Tax Repayment During Unemployment" - Ireland

Form P50 is a Irish Office of the Revenue Commissioners - issued form also known as the "First Claim For Tax Repayment During Unemployment".

A PDF of the latest Form P50 can be downloaded below or found on the Irish Office of the Revenue Commissioners Forms and Publications website.

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Download Form P50 "First Claim for Tax Repayment During Unemployment" - Ireland

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FIRST CLAIM FOR TAX REPAYMENT DURING UNEMPLOYMENT
Please read the INFORMATION NOTES overleaf BEFORE completing this form.
N.B. Form P45 Parts 2 & 3 MUST accompany this claim
NAME and ADDRESS (Block Capitals)
PPS Number
Employer Number
Unit Number
Day
Month Year
Date of Cessation
Of Employment
Refer to your form P45 for answers to above
Employer Name
AMOUNT OF INCOME RECEIVED BY YOU SINCE THE DATE YOU BECAME UNEMPLOYED
Tick (4) the appropriate box below
Unemployment Benefit
Other Social Welfare Income - please state type:
Disability Benefit
In the case of the above:
£
Please state the date this income started
Gross weekly amount
Number of children included in your claim
Unemployment Assistance is not taxable. If you are in receipt of U/A, please indicate by ticking this box
Other Income - Please state source of income and gross amount received to date
1. Do you intend to resume employment in Ireland before 31 December next? Y/N
If the answer is “no”, state reason:
If resuming education, state name of school/college
2. Are you making this claim on the basis that you are going abroad ? Y/N
If answer is “yes” please state (a) country of destination,
(b) intended departure date
(c) duration of stay abroad
3. Do you intend to take up employment abroad? Y/N
4. Address abroad for correspondence
5. If you wish to have any repayment that may be due to you lodged to your Bank Account please tick (4)
and complete the following details: (The cheque will then be posted to your bank for lodgement.)
Name/Address/
Bank Sort Code
-
-
Branch of Bank
Account Number
DECLARATION WHICH MUST BE SIGNED
I declare that I am unemployed and that all particulars in this form are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Signature:
Date:
/
/
Tel No.
A person who knowingly makes a false statement for the purpose of
Form P50
obtaining repayment of income tax is liable to heavy penalties
FIRST CLAIM FOR TAX REPAYMENT DURING UNEMPLOYMENT
Please read the INFORMATION NOTES overleaf BEFORE completing this form.
N.B. Form P45 Parts 2 & 3 MUST accompany this claim
NAME and ADDRESS (Block Capitals)
PPS Number
Employer Number
Unit Number
Day
Month Year
Date of Cessation
Of Employment
Refer to your form P45 for answers to above
Employer Name
AMOUNT OF INCOME RECEIVED BY YOU SINCE THE DATE YOU BECAME UNEMPLOYED
Tick (4) the appropriate box below
Unemployment Benefit
Other Social Welfare Income - please state type:
Disability Benefit
In the case of the above:
£
Please state the date this income started
Gross weekly amount
Number of children included in your claim
Unemployment Assistance is not taxable. If you are in receipt of U/A, please indicate by ticking this box
Other Income - Please state source of income and gross amount received to date
1. Do you intend to resume employment in Ireland before 31 December next? Y/N
If the answer is “no”, state reason:
If resuming education, state name of school/college
2. Are you making this claim on the basis that you are going abroad ? Y/N
If answer is “yes” please state (a) country of destination,
(b) intended departure date
(c) duration of stay abroad
3. Do you intend to take up employment abroad? Y/N
4. Address abroad for correspondence
5. If you wish to have any repayment that may be due to you lodged to your Bank Account please tick (4)
and complete the following details: (The cheque will then be posted to your bank for lodgement.)
Name/Address/
Bank Sort Code
-
-
Branch of Bank
Account Number
DECLARATION WHICH MUST BE SIGNED
I declare that I am unemployed and that all particulars in this form are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Signature:
Date:
/
/
Tel No.
A person who knowingly makes a false statement for the purpose of
Form P50
obtaining repayment of income tax is liable to heavy penalties
ALL SECTIONS AND THE DECLARATION MUST BE COMPLETED IN ALL CASES
(Where this form is not completed in full, it may be necessary to return it to you
which may delay processing your claim.)
Am I entitled to a tax refund?
1.
If tax has been deducted from your pay since 1 January and you are now unemployed you may be entitled to a
tax refund.
2. When do I apply for a refund?
You should wait a minimum of four weeks from the date you became unemployed before you apply for a tax refund.
If however you are in receipt of any taxable sources of income (which would include taxable income from the
Department of Social & Family Affairs) you should wait a minimum of eight weeks.
3. How much tax is refunded?
If you are entitled to a tax refund the amount of the refund will depend on:
§
the length of time you have been unemployed
§
the amount of tax you have paid
§
whether you have arrears of tax.
4. How do I apply?
Complete the form overleaf and send it to your Regional Revenue Office together with:
Form P45 (Parts 2 & 3) given to you by your last employer,
AND
Where applicable, supporting documentation in respect of tax deducted from any casual earnings or any other
source of income returned overleaf.
5. What happens next?
Your Revenue Office will send you details of the refund (if any).
Certain amounts payable to you from the Department of Social & Family Affairs may not be liable, in full, to
income tax. In calculating your repayment, Revenue will exclude any amounts which are not taxable.
Further Information
You can get further information by phoning (within ROI only) your Regional Revenue Office, the LoCall number for
which is listed below:
w Border Midlands West Region
1890 777 425
Cavan, Donegal, Galway, Leitrim,
Longford, Louth, Mayo, Monaghan, Offaly,
Roscommon, Sligo, Westmeath
w Dublin Region
1890 333 425
Dublin (City and County)
w East & South East Region
1890 444 425
Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois,
Meath, Tipperary, Waterford,
Wexford, Wicklow
w South West Region
1890 222 425
Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick
If you are calling from outside the Republic of Ireland, please telephone 00 353 (1) 647 4444. Alternatively,
you can visit the Revenue website at www.revenue.ie
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