Did you know you can receive a part of the taxes you paid in Lithuania? What is the magic behind this?
Simply said, every employee, who works legally on contract, pays income tax. Even you, while you worked in Lithuania, have some part of your income paid to the Lithuanian Tax Office by your employer.
Your employer deducted some money from your income every month - we call it a tax “advance”. Talking about “advance” means, that it is an estimate, which is finally & precisely calculated at the end of the year. If your total tax payment is higher than the actual tax level, you will receive back the overpayment. It is very likely, that as a foreigner working abroad for a part of the year, you will be able to receive part (and sometimes the entire amount) of your tax back. By filing your tax return, you are actually asking the tax office to pay this money back to you.
Firstly, you should have your earning document (Pažyma) from your employer. If you cannot find it, our tax department will help you to obtain a copy of it and then calculate your tax. It is a legal procedure and it does not affect your future pension at all, as you might have heard.
Our clients who typically worked in Lithuania for a few months, get on average 715 Eur. This, of course, depends on your monthly income and the number of months you have worked in the country. It is possible to pre-calculate your taxes before you file your tax return.
It's easier than you think:
We understand, that you might worry to pay money in advance. Therefore, we prepared our service in a way, where you don't have to pay anything upfront, like you would be doing, if you hire an accountant to prepare your tax return. We will deduct this fee from the tax refund - only after your money is received. No risk to lose money or be afraid of a fraud!
Simply register in our online form get a FREE precalculation. We will precalculate your tax refund based on your earning document “Pažyma” and then it is just a step away to receive your refund.