Wednesday December 11, 2019

Emigrants letting Irish homes face Revenue crackdown

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
22nd August, 2015

Many of them had to leave the country to find work during the recession, and rented out their houses in their absence.

But Revenue suspects that some of them are not paying tax on their rental income and is preparing to launch a crackdown, according to briefing documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act

“There is likely to be an element of non-declaration which will form the basis of a dedicated compliance programme where...

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