Posts Tagged ‘Property’
The deadline date for electronic filing of Local Property Tax returns is 28 May 2013.
In this video, Chartered Accountants Ireland Director of Taxation Brian Keegan explains how this is a self-assessment tax, where the obligation is on the individual to ensure information held by Revenue is correct. He also looks at the tax from the perspective of self-employed people and PAYE workers and talks about ways to file.
If you have any questions about your Local Property tax contact Anthony Casey with your queries
Since the enactment of the Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2008 any Commercial Tenant is entitled to opt out of his Statutory entitlement to a further Lease of between five and twenty years which automatically arises after leasing a Commercial Premises for five years or more.
Flowing from Tuesday’s Budget, high earners can expect further restrictions on property tax reliefs and every buy-to-let investor can expect more reductions in the amount of mortgage interest they can offset as an expense against rental income, The Sunday Business Post reports.
Proposals to increase the €200 non-principal private residence (NPPR) charge could raise up to €100m in additional revenue a year for local authorities, with both coalition partners favouring significant increases.