Irish Seafarers Tax Explained clarifies the are very different Irish to the UK rules. If you are an Irish Seafarer, working as a diver, Marine Engineer, Rigger, Ships Officer….  then make sure you know the Irish rules at the very least.

This applies to anyone working abroad really, but particularly those in the Oil and Gas Industries, Cruise Ships, Super-yachts and Merchant  Marine. There is also a bonus section that relates to Flight Crew this year.

Click Here to Watch my Irish Seafarer Tax 2021 Explanatory Video.

In 45 Minutes, I will update you on the following:

  1. Resident versus Non Resident Seafarer
  2. Flight Crew & Seafarers: The difference?
  3. Do u need to file an Irish Tax Return?
  4. How to qualify for the Seafarer Allowance or not
  5. Covid 19 and the Force Majeure Letter
  6. Getting a Mortgage
  7. Non residency rules?
  8. When are training allowances taxable and when are they not?
  9. Latest safeguards I recommend you adopt!
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Be aware the more you know, the easier it will be for me to help you as you will be sharper about what documents to keep, and what to be looking out for. The Irish Seafarer rules are very different to the UK rules, so don’t fall into the 183 day trap.

In 45 Minutes, I will update you on the following: 1. Resident versus Non Resident Seafarer 2. Flight Crew & Seafarers: The difference? 3. Do u need to file an Irish Tax Return? 4. How to qualify for the Seafarer Allowance or not 5. Covid 19 and the Force Majeure Letter 6. Getting a Mortgage 7. Non residency rules? 8. When are training allowances taxable and when are they not? 9. Latest safeguards I recommend you adopt!