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Second-home charge brings in Euro 8.6 million as amnesty ends

More than €8.6 million has flowed into the coffers of local authorities in the last week .

31st August, 2014

More than €8.6 million has flowed into the coffers of local authorities in the last week as property owners rushed to pay outstanding property charges before an amnesty on late payment fees ends.

The €200 non-principal private residence (NPPR) charge was introduced in October 2008’s emergency budget, and applied to properties in Ireland other than a person’s home from 2009 to 2013. The charge has since been abolished, but outstanding liabilities – including late payment...

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