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Property tax puts Revenue in the driving seat

The data and intelligence the Revenue will glean from the property tax returns will be unprecedented, writes Martin Phelan.

17th March, 2013

As well as what the 2013 property tax bill will be, it is also time for those with multiple properties, buy-to-let investments and property portfolios to concentrate on the manner in which the new property tax can affect their business and their tax returns.

Many self-employed, companies, small businesses and investment funds engaged in property investment during the boom years - and indeed many PAYE workers also entered the fray.

Paying the property tax itself is...

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