Ian Talbot, chief executive of  Chambers Ireland: “Businesses already pay high levels of commercial rates and cannot take any more hits.” Photograph: Alan Betson

BARRY ROCHE Chambers Ireland and Cork Chamber have called on local authorities to ensure any reduction in the local property tax is not subsidised by (...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan during the post-Budget press conference in Government Buildings last October. Changes in the Budget mean that as well as paying Dirt tax on sayings, people are now also required to pay PRSI. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

This June, the Revenue Commissioners will write to about 40,000 taxpayers requesting them to complete a Form 12 declaring any other income they may(...)

Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Revenue will begin to contact the employers of homeowners who have not paid the household charge by the end of the month so they can deduct overdue p(...)

Homeowners have until March 31st to get their property tax affairs in order. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

Homeowners who have yet to pay their local property tax (LPT) or household charge have until March 31st to make the payment and avoid any interest (...)

Portmarnock golf club. Following a judgment by the European Court of Justice, member-owned golf clubs can, in theory, apply to the Revenue for a VAT refund on green fees paid by non-members for the past four years. Photograph: David Cannon/Getty Images

Golf clubs could be in line for a windfall tax repayment on the back of a European Court of Justice decision on VAT and green fees. The judgment, made(...)

The Department of the Environment believes the second home tax has not been paid in respect of about 38,000 properties, or 10 per cent of those liable, since its introduction at a rate of €200 per year in 2009.

Thousands of people who have failed to pay a tax on second homes could face charges and penalties of up to €7,230 as the Government seeks to bring in (...)

The deadline for filing an online return for the property tax has been extended to 5pm on Friday, November 29th. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Property owners now have until Friday to file their property tax return for next year after the Revenue Commissioners extended the deadline due to an (...)

Trevor Dixon (57) from Bray, Co Wicklow, who sprayed buses for Dublin Bus, had pleaded guilty in June to offences including fraudulent evasion of income tax, incorrectly issuing VAT invoices and failing to furnish tax returns between 2002 and 2008.

A spray painter whom the Revenue Commissioners claim owes €1.4 million in income tax and VAT was remanded in custody at the Circuit Criminal Court yes(...)

Revenue Commissioners chairman Josephine Feehily at a press briefing by Revenue on the Local Property Tax. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

A 22-year-old man has pleaded guilty to fraud offences relating to his obtaining bank and credit card details from people inquiring about filing their(...)

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney today played down any suggestion of tension between Fine Gael and Labour over payment of the property tax and expressed confidence that confusion over payment dates would be clarified within the next 24 hours.

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney today played down any suggestion of tension between Fine Gael and Labour over payment of the property tax and e(...)

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