How to know if you are ordinarily resident for tax purposes
If you have been tax resident in Ireland for three consecutive tax years, you become ordinarily resident from the beginning of the fourth tax year.
If you leave Ireland after this time, you continue to be ordinarily resident for three consecutive tax years. For these three years you must pay Irish tax on your worldwide income except for:
- income from a trade or profession, no part of which is performed in Ireland
- income from an office or employment, where all the duties are performed outside Ireland
- other foreign income, for example, investment income, if it is €3,810 or less. If it is more than €3,810, the full amount is taxable.
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