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Thread: Local Property Tax valuation guide now live

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    Default Local Property Tax valuation guide now live

    Check it out folks
    https://lpt.revenue.ie/lpt-web/valua...uide/index.htm

    From a graphic design and useability point of view they picked the worst colors possible for the bands.
    Still thou the color blind will be happy!

    I note aswell that nowhere does this mention that this years tax will be double next year.

    How much do you have to pay for the privilege of living in your own home?

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    I live on the same road as Tony O'Reilly....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKELLY View Post
    Check it out folks
    https://lpt.revenue.ie/lpt-web/valua...uide/index.htm

    From a graphic design and useability point of view they picked the worst colors possible for the bands.
    Still thou the color blind will be happy!

    I note aswell that nowhere does this mention that this years tax will be double next year.

    How much do you have to pay for the privilege of living in your own home?
    The banding clearly discriminates against City dwellers. I'm Band 4 in Dublin and the other larger property in a rural location is Band 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKELLY View Post
    Check it out folks
    https://lpt.revenue.ie/lpt-web/valua...uide/index.htm

    From a graphic design and useability point of view they picked the worst colors possible for the bands.
    Still thou the color blind will be happy!

    I note aswell that nowhere does this mention that this years tax will be double next year.

    How much do you have to pay for the privilege of living in your own home?
    New Simplified Irish Revenue Tax form

    How much do you earn?

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    Send it to us.

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    Detached Pre 2000: Foxrock Avenue - €500K to €550K...

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    Apartments outside Dublin are overvalued. In most towns you'd be lucky to get 60/70k for a decent apartment but they're in Band 2 - they seem to have lumped them in with semi-detached houses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKELLY View Post
    Check it out folks
    https://lpt.revenue.ie/lpt-web/valua...uide/index.htm

    From a graphic design and useability point of view they picked the worst colors possible for the bands.
    Still thou the color blind will be happy!

    I note aswell that nowhere does this mention that this years tax will be double next year.

    How much do you have to pay for the privilege of living in your own home?
    Thanks for that.

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    If you can find your house on the map and click on it, a popup will appear with the valuation band. So the colour shading is not really necessary.

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    No doubt there will be a lot of ribbing going on between folk for the tax band they fall into.

    There are a few "Island" areas where all around them is a higher tax band except for where they live. That will lead to a lot of joking and banter. Where you live is such as dump you have a lower property tax etc.
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    Rates my (rented) gaff as 250-300k. House on the street recently sold for 360k - I knew that was too much.

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