Are pensioners exempt from property tax in Ireland?
While there is no specific exemption from the requirement to pay LPT for pensioners under the Finance (Local Property Tax) Act 2012 (as amended), such persons may be entitled to an exemption on other grounds or may qualify for a deferral subject to meeting the qualifying conditions.
Who is exempt from paying LPT?
For 2022 LPT, the exemption applies if someone lives in the property and they are not a joint owner of the property. For example, they may be a tenant, relative or friend. Property purchased, built or adapted for a person who is permanently and totally incapacitated to live there as their sole or main residence.
How do I pay my LPT for the first time?
You can pay your LPT in full by: Debit/credit card: This option is available online. Note that if you pay by debit/credit card the payment will be processed immediately. Annual Debit Instruction (ADI): Under a single debit instruction you can authorise your bank or financial institution to pay Revenue the LPT due.
At what age do you stop paying property tax in Ireland?
People aged 65 and over are subject to the same general tax rules as everyone else but they do get tax exemption limits below which they pay no tax and some extra tax credits.
Are Revenue taking calls?
This person is not calling from Revenue. Revenue never asks customers to provide personal information via telephone calls or text messages. If you receive a telephone call purporting to be from Revenue about which you have any doubts, particularly if the call is unexpected, you should contact your Revenue Office.
Can you ring the Revenue?
Revenue operate a national phone number for PAYE callers: 01 738 36 36. The service is available Monday to Friday, 09.30 to 16.00. Customers ringing from outside the Republic of Ireland should ring + 353 1 738 36 36.
How do I find my property LPT ID?
The Property ID and PIN are provided to you on all LPT correspondence from Revenue which you should store carefully. To access your property record, you can use your existing login details for myAccount or Revenue Online Service (ROS). Alternatively, you can log in directly to the LPT online service.
What happens if you don’t pay property tax in Ireland?
If you’re a homeowner in Ireland who hasn’t paid yet, this means the Revenue Commissioners office now considers you non-compliant with the legislation. People who don’t pay the tax now risk facing financial penalties, which could range from an 8% interest on their local property tax, to a surcharge in their income tax.