octobre 21, 2021

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Tax All Irish homeowners are about to be taxed and the amount you owe

Revenue is set to contact 1.4 million homeowners in the coming days regarding their local property tax obligations.

Almost everyone who owns a home will have to pay the tax that has been renovated for the first time since 2013.

People will have to evaluate their home on November 1, submit details by November 7 and pay in one go or tell revenue which alternative payment option will be used.

Ms. Katie Claire, Principal Officer of the Local Property Tax Branch of Revenue, said: “I recommend all residential property owners refer to online revenue guidelines, particularly if they are valuing their property for LPT for the first time. This includes those who have purchased since 2013, as well as To property owners that were not liable from 2013 to 2021 but will be liable from 2022 onwards.Once the property owners have assessed the market value of their property, they must file an LPT Declaration and Confirm Payment Arrangement for 2022 by November 7, 2021.

The easiest and fastest way to do this is online www.revenue.ie. It is necessary to file returns online for properties over €1.75 million or where property owners are liable for LPT on more than one property.”

Ms Claire added: “Some residential properties are not currently registered with Revenue, for example, because their owners have built their properties in the period since 2013.

“However, the property becomes liable for the LPT for the next evaluation period from 2022 to 2025, as long as it is a residential property on November 1, 2021. www.revenue.ie And complete the same three steps Processing.

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“In addition, owners of vacant properties are required to file their LPT declaration, including their valuation, by November 7, 2021.”