Local authorities could collect up to €100 million in additional annual revenue if proposals to increase a tax on investment properties and holiday homes are implemented in Tuesday's budget.
Both Fine Gael and Labour had previously proposed significant increases in the €200 non-principal private residence (NPPR) charge that applies to properties other than a person's home.
Fine Gael's pre-election manifesto proposed that the charge should rise from €200 to €300 annually, while Labour suggested the...
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