New powers for Revenue to investigate landlords

The Revenue Commissioners are to receive major new powers to investigate the tax compliance of the country’s 120,000 landlords.

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Ian Kehoe

15th November, 2008

The Revenue Commissioners are to receive major new powers to investigate the tax compliance of the country’s 120,000 landlords.

Legislation is being drafted to give the Revenue full access to the database of the Private Residential Tenancies Board (PRTB), which contains the names, addresses, PPS details and property interests of all registered landlords in the country.

The Revenue sought the new powers amid concerns that tens of thousands of landlords are renting out properties...

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