Saturday, October 25, 2014
The energy regulator has called on gas and electricity providers to stop surcharging pay-as-you-go customers.Some 150,000 people use pre-pay meters. (...)
Geoff Scully, the managing director of online and catalogue retailer Shop Direct Ireland, thankfully is not wearing a Christmas jumper when we meet in(...)
I read your article in The Irish Times. You did not deal with the issue that many people who only deal with credit unions have. Why should somebody pa(...)
The chairwoman of the Revenue Commissioners Josephine Feehily has stood over the decision to deduct credit and card payments this month for the 2014 p(...)
The Revenue Commissioners has extended the ‘paper’ filing deadline for the property tax by a week due to the volume of queries it has received.Confusi(...)
1 Single debit authorityThis involves filling out a form at the bottom of the property tax return, giving your bank account number, sort code and the (...)
That Paddock Wood on Killiney Hill Road has a large, outdoor infinity swimming pool but that that pool is now surrounded by ugly-looking security fenc(...)
Irish e-payments group Payzone has reported a 47 per cent rise in operating profit to €2.9 million in the 12 months to the end of September 2012. Turn(...)
Pinergy, a new pay-as-you-go energy company, has signed up Ireland and Munster rugby star Paul O’Connell to launch its “electricity you control” pr(...)
Over 500,000 homeowners have yet to register for the property tax.
Property tax returns must be filed online by midnight tomorrow night.
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