Thursday July 16, 2020

Do I qualify for tax rebate for son's counselling?

In 2003 my family incurred over €2,200 in counselling fees, which was required following an attack on my son in the street. Question:

30th April, 2005

In 2003 my family incurred over €2,200 in counselling fees, which was required following an attack on my son in the street. Question:

My efforts to claim a tax rebate on this medical expense have been rejected by my local tax office on the grounds that the counsellor is not a practitioner in their interpretation of the Finance Act, Section 469 TCA 1997.

My wife and son were referred for counselling by our local GP and the counsellor...

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