NPPR Tax

Q: I have 3 properties and although I have paid my property tax I never paid the NPPR what should I do now?

3rd September 2014

A: You should contact your local authority as soon as possible to arrange payment of the liability, as significant late fees are now accruing. From 1st September 2014 an additional late payment fee of €120 per liability date is applied. In addition, the entire NPPR liability is increased by a factor of 50% and then frozen.

The NPPR charge applies for the period 2009 to 2013, there is not charge for 2014.

Any outstanding NPPR charges and late fees will need to be discharged prior to the sale of the property.

Your local TaxAssist Accountant who would be happy to review your affairs for you.

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