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Revenue Commissioners chairman Josephine Feehily

250,000 households to receive household charge letters

Revenue Commissioners chairman Josephine Feehily has said thousands of people will wrongly receive letters telling them to pay the household charge. Ms Feehily said mismatches between the data of the Local Government Management Agency and the Local Property Tax database mean that thousands of people will wrongly receive notices. Speaking on RTÉ’s News at One, [...]

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56 homes valued at over €5m for property tax

Fifty-six people valued their homes above €5 million for the purposes of the property tax last year, making them liable for an annual tax bill of at least €11,800 each. New figures provided to the Dáil Public Accounts Committee outline the most expensive homes in the State, according to returns filed for the Local Property [...]

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Revenue extend property tax deadline

The Revenue Commissioners has extended the deadline to pay the 2012 Household Charge and 2013 Local Property Tax until 5pm on Wednesday 2nd April. The original deadline was today. Revenue said it had received 10,000 calls this morning from people trying to pay the tax today. It said: “Property owners seem now to be acting on [...]

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Deadline for property tax payment tonight

Revenue officials are lining-up a string of penalties for homeowners who fail to meet tonight’s property tax deadline. €6 million euro has been collected over the past 48 hours – bringing the total compliance rate to 88 per cent. Those who haven’t paid are being warned that they could be brought before the courts. A [...]

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More than 2,000 admit to underpaying their property tax

More than 2,000 people have admitted to under-declaring the value of their homes in property tax returns since November. Homeowners who haven’t been truthful with the taxman now have until the end of March to come clean. Revenue said last week that it had collected almost €1.5m a day after it threatened to haul homeowners [...]

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Revenue collecting €1.5m in property tax a day

Revenue says it is taking in about €1.5m a day in property tax. It processed 1,700 card payments on Tuesday alone, the busiest day for such payments since last November. It has also collected €3.8m in arrears on the Household Charge. Homeowners now have less than two weeks to settle arrears of the household charge [...]

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Revenue to check on home valuations

The Revenue Commissioners has announced a system for checking to see if people have deliberately undervalued their homes to reduce their Local Property Tax below what they should be paying. Officials will use a system that is based on Google Street View and Google Maps to highlight each property where home owners have reduced the value significantly [...]

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Revenue Commissioners to “go after” those who failed to pay household charge from April

The Revenue Commissioners has warned that it will “go after” the 400,000 to 500,000 people who have not yet paid the €200 household charge from the beginning of April. A €100 charge was introduced as an interim measure ahead of the Local Property Tax (LPT) coming into force last year and it doubled for those [...]

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Deadline approaches for property tax payments

Homeowners who haven’t paid their Local Property Tax (LPT) or Household Charge have six weeks to pay up and avoid penalties and interest, Revenue has said. Just over 100,000 property owners who were eligible for the half-year tax in 2013 have not paid, and 350,000 have ignored the deadline of last November to register to [...]

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SCSI launch new guide to the Home Renovations Incentive scheme

The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland has launched a new guide to the Home Renovations Incentive scheme, which shows homeowners how to claim tax relief on the costs of an extension or refurbishment of their home. The scheme, which allows homeowners to claim tax refunds from a minimum of €600 to a maximum of €4,050, [...]

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