HEAR

 

… my parent(s)/ guardian(s) cannot get a Statement of Liability for 2020?

A PAYE/USC Statement of Liability for the Tax Year 2020(formerly P21) is acceptable.

… my parent(s)/ guardian(s) cannot get a Self-Assessment Letter – Chapter 4 document?

A Notice of Assessment (Chapter 4) will be issued by Revenue to parent(s)/ guardian(s) who file a paper tax return to Revenue and who do not complete a self-assessment on that return. The majority of self-employed Revenue customers receive a Self-Assessment Letter – Chapter 4.

… my parent(s)/ guardian(s) have a ‘Notice of Amended Assessment (Chapter 4)’ or ‘Notice of Amended Assessment (Chapter 5) for 2020’?

If your parent(s)/ guardian(s) have a ‘Notice of Amended Assessment (Chapter 4)’ or ‘Notice of Amended Assessment (Chapter 5) for 2020’ from Revenue, you should send this document to the CAO. Where a Notice of Amended Assessment (Chapter 4) or Notice of Amended Assessment (Chapter 5) for 2020 is received, HEAR will not require a Self-Assessment Letter – Chapter 4 or Notice of Assessment (Chapter 4).

… one parent/ guardian was PAYE and one parent / guardian was self-employed what document do I submit?

A Self-Assessment Letter – Chapter 4 for 2020 if parent(s)/ guardian(s) are jointly assessed by Revenue should be submitted. A Statement of Liability for 2020 and a Self-Assessment Letter – Chapter 4 for 2020 is required if parents/ guardians are separately assessed by Revenue.

… my parent(s)/ guardian(s) earned income from outside the Republic of Ireland in 2020?

HEAR requests that you provide supporting documents for the tax year 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020. Contact a member of the HEAR team for further information.

… my parent/ guardian is self-employed and is also in receipt of a Social Welfare payment?

Submit a copy of a Self-Assessment Letter – Chapter 4 for 2020, plus a Department of Social Protection form or statement as outlined in the HEAR Application Handbook.

Posted by / February 7, 2017