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Local property tax has failed to deliver its promises for Mayo, says Conway-Walsh

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Responding to the announcement of a review of the local property tax, Sinn Féin Mayo senator and finance committee member Rose Conway Walsh criticised the failure of the tax to deliver any real improvements to services in Mayo and rural Ireland.

Home in sought after location offers value

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Property: 80 Drumaconn

Selling property or land? Call Downes & Sons Auctioneers

Having disposed of most of their properties in the area, Downes & Sons Auctioneers are seeking all types of properties for sale.

O’Donnellan & Joyce will value your house free of charge

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O’Donnellan & Joyce has announced it will provide a free valuation service of any house throughout Galway city during the month of January.

Councillors call special meeting to discuss Local Property Tax rate

A decision on the Local Property Tax rate for the county has been deferred until next Monday due to concerns about a shortfall in Galway County Council’s budget. At this week’s local authority meeting it was agreed that a special meeting will be held next week to discuss the matter.

Public must tell City Hall not to hike property tax rate in city

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The public must make their voices heard on the local property tax rate which is up for review next month, and tell City Hall that any increase in the current rate will not be tolerated.

Galway councils ‘out of pocket’ by more than €1 million after rates revaluation

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The Galway city and county councils will be €1,116,323 out of pocket due to a national agreement on rates recalculation which sees rates payments made nationally, and not to the local authorities.

Revenue available to make arrangement for flood victims

The Revenue department has announced that it is willing to make arrangements with both qualifying home and business owners in relation to certain taxes that are due shortly to them.

County councillors gobsmacked as rates write down leaves €750,000 hole in their finances

It has been labelled the worst news that Galway County Councill has received in a long time. Local representatives have expressed their disgust following an announcement by Council CEO Kevin Kelly that there will be a €750,000 reduction in the council’s rates income for 2016, which will adversely affect the local authority’s upcoming budget. The reduction is due to The Valuation Office reducing the value of a number of properties in the county used by utility companies, therefore reducing the rates bill of these companies. 

Local Property Tax 2016

The pay and file season for Local Property Tax (LPT) 2016 will be starting soon, and Revenue is writing to approximately 755,000 residential property owners to give them the opportunity to decide how and when they want to pay.

 

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