Archive for the ‘Property Tax’ Category

Revenue Extends Property Tax Deadline

Revenue has announced that the deadline for filing your LPT return has been extended to tonight following a surge in registrations yesterday. Last night, Revenue received a massive number of calls to their helpline and reported an online filing rate of around 10,000 returns per...

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May 28th LPT deadline is here

Today is the last day to file your LPT return online. The tax will start being charged from July 1st. Over the last few months there has been much discussion and dissatisfaction over the LPT. At every stage of the way Revenue has tried to...

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Local Property Tax Return Deadlines Looming

Deadlines just around the corner: 07 May for Paper Returns and 28 May for Online Returns.   Revenue has confirmed that in the last month it has issued letters in respect of 1.6 million properties to homeowners in Ireland, so by now you should have...

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New Guide to LPT

Things haven’t exactly been running smoothly with the new Local Property Tax (LPT), with many people still confused over what they should be paying and when; how much their house is worth exactly, and what tax band they are in. Luckily, The Irish Tax Institute...

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Emigrants face income hit for not declaring local property tax

Revenue has announced that it will withhold rental payments Irish emigrants receive for their former homes if they fail to pay the local property tax. Many Irish people have emigrated and now rent out their houses in Ireland to make extra cash to pay off...

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Local Property Tax: A Discussion about Deferrals

The system in place for deferrals of the LPT has been documented and reported on by a number of outlets and commentators. It allows for a full or partial deferral of the charge, subject to interest at 4% per annum. That a deferral system is...

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Changes for Irish Landlords – PRTB compliance needed to claim interest deduction

As many Irish landlords will already know, if you’ve taken out a loan to buy or renovate a rental property, the interest on the loan can be deducted from the rental income. What many do not know however, is that if it’s a residential property,...

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