Now Airbnb has told users it is legally obliged to give information on site use to Revenue. This includes Irish customers living overseas, and means they could face a tax bill stretching back to May 2014. The company has held a meeting in Dublin to address user concerns, but many families say they remain confused over their situation.
If you are an Irish Airbnb user who needs advice on where you stand, contact Brady & Associates, Chartered Tax Advisers, Accountants and Auditors based in Dublin City Centre. We’ll assess your situation for a €150 consultation fee, and if you choose us for your tax return, we’ll give you the €150 back.