Tuesday January 21, 2020

Residential Investment: How the tax squeeze has hit landlords

Landlords must fork out €300 annually in property charges for each buy-to-let investment property they own, but property charges are not the only costs they face.

13th October, 2012

Landlords must fork out €300 annually in property charges for each buy-to-let investment property they own, but property charges are not the only costs they face - and further new charges are looming.

Since 2008, successive governments have introduced a number of taxes and charges on landlords, and reduced some tax reliefs.

The €200 non-principal private residence (NPPR) charge was introduced in October 2008's emergency budget and it applies to all properties in Ireland other than...

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