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Understanding the implications of property tax

Q: I own my own home and my elderly mother lives in a purpose built annexe on the grounds of my property. During the property boom I purchased a city centre apartment, which I rent out to students. I also have a mobile home by the sea, which we use for family holidays. How will the new property tax affect me?

Understanding the implications of property tax

Q: I own my own home and my elderly mother lives in a purpose built annexe on the grounds of my property. During the property boom I purchased a city centre apartment, which I rent out to students. I also have a mobile home by the sea, which we use for family holidays. How will the new property tax affect me?

Local businesses urged to cut carbon

Businesses and organisations in Co Galway are being encouraged by the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government to join more than 300 businesses throughout Ireland in using the recently developed Change.ie The carbon management tool will assist them in managing carbon, cutting costs and improving competitiveness.

Businesses in Westmeath urged to cut carbon, cut costs

Businesses and organisations in Westmeath are being encouraged by the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, to join more than 300 businesses throughout Ireland in using the recently developed Change.ie carbon management tool to assist them in managing their carbon, cutting their costs, and improving their competitiveness.

Westmeath hoteliers call for emergency relief from local authority rates

Hoteliers have called for urgent action by local authorities in Westmeath to exercise their powers to establish emergency waiver schemes in respect of local authority rates payable by the seriously wounded hotel and guesthouse sector.

Hogan launches radical plan for local authorities as they face major cuts

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As Carlow/Kilkenny local authorities face cuts of €1.5m in their funding from government, Deputy Phil Hogan has launched a radical plan to reform local government. Following Dail questioning by Deputy Hogan last week, the Minister for the Environment revealed that funding to Carlow/Kilkenny local authorities will be cut by €1.5 million in 2010.

 

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