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KBC Bank Ireland would like to draw your attention to some important information.
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Tax and Pension Contribution

A loan to pay your Tax Bill

Tax and Pension Contribution

Are you an accountant, solicitor or barrister?  Are you involved in the medical sector, a doctor, dentist or vet. Or are you an auctioneer, quantity surveyor, architect or engineer.  If you are, this product is for you.

Please note: As of 31st May 2022 KBC will no longer accept new applications for Tax and Pension Finance. If you have completed an application which we receive on or before 31st May 2022 it will continue to be processed and underwritten as normal, should you wish to continue.

There is no impact for existing customers with Tax and Pension Finance, they can continue to manage these products as normal.
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If you pay preliminary tax online and if you wish to make a contribution to your personal pension scheme the 12th November is an important date for you.
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We can offer you a fixed rate facility over a 9, 10 or 11 month repayment period with competitive fixed rates. 100% finance available to suitable applicants.

If you are a Small and Medium Enterprise, please read the KBCI Guide to applying for Business Finance (pdf,102 KB)

Please note: The Irish Credit Bureau (ICB) will cease its credit reference service on Friday 1st October 2021. KBCI intend to cease all enquiries to ICB from close of business Friday 17th September 2021.

See our latest news for more details.

Fixed Rate Loan
​Warning: You may have to pay charges if you pay off a fixed rate loan early
Fixed Interest Rate
Warning: You may have to pay charges if you repay early, in full or in part, a fixed rate credit facility
Personal Lending
Warning: If you do not meet the repayments on your loan, your account will go into arrears. This may affect your credit rating, which may limit your ability to access credit in the future.