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House stamp duty raises €270m for state coffers in four years

16th May, 2015

Almost €300 million has been collected from residential stamp duty in the last four years, according to new figures from the Department of Finance.

Figures provided by the Department of Finance in response to a parliamentary question by Fianna Fáil’s Michael McGrath reveal that the lion’s share of the €270 million collected in residential stamp duty receipts since 2011 came last year, pointing to increased activity in the property market.


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