The household charge: what it means for you

Budget 2012 contains the anticipated €100 household charge on residential properties. The charge operates very similarly to the existing €200 charge Non Principal Private Residence (NPPR) on 'second

10th December, 2011

Budget 2012 contains the anticipated €100 household charge on residential properties. The charge operates very similarly to the existing €200 charge Non Principal Private Residence (NPPR) on 'second homes' which is also being modified in some respects.

The €100 charge will be levied on Irish residential properties.

It is an interim step to the eventual introduction of a valuation-based system.

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