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FAQ: Will Dividends Tax withheld be set off as a credit against my Income Tax liability, or may I claim a refund of the Dividends Tax withheld if I am not liable for Income Tax (for example I earn income below the tax threshold)?

No, Dividends Tax is a separate and final tax. It may not be used as a credit against your income tax liability. For the same reason a refund of the Dividends Tax withheld cannot be claimed if you are not liable for income tax.

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