The 2020 Property Tax liability date was November 1st 2019.
If you owned a residential property in Ireland on Nov 1st 2019 – then you will be liable for the Property Tax on it for the whole of 2020.
If you wanted to change your payment method for 2020, you will
If you are planning on paying your 2020 Local Property Tax in full by cash, cheque, postal order, credit card or debit card. – the payment deadline
Note: Single Debit Authority payments are due to be deducted from bank accounts on or around 21st March 2020:
For all of the 700,000 or so owners that paid the 2019 LPT by Direct Debit or by deduction at source – that method of payment will continue automatically for 2020. There will be no need for these people to complete any forms etc. (Unless they want to change
Information about 2020 Property Tax Amounts Here
Revenue sentout letters during October 2019 to those people who paid by lump sum – to ask homeowners to confirm their payment option again for the 2020 Property Tax .
The LPT Helpline is 01 738 3626
LPT Online can be accessed here
The good news is – that the original LPT valuations that were filed back in 2013 are still valid for 2020 – so you don’t have to go through the valuation process again. The LPT valuation band you selected for 2013 stays the same until November 2020 (Unless you think it was wrong.).
If you live in an area where the Property Tax for 2020 is different to the 2019 rate – you will get a letter confirming the new rate if you pay by deduction at source or direct debit. Details of the county by county 2020 Property Tax Rates Here
Note that if you bought your home in 2013 you are still exempt from the Property Tax until the end of 2020 – see more about that here
Property Tax 2020 Payment Dates
Credit/Debit Card payments: (online only): The full amount will be charged to your card on the day you select this payment method for paying your 2020
10th January 2020:
15th January 2020 – This is the date of the first LPT monthly direct debit.
21st March 2020: Single Debit Authority payments will be deducted from bank accounts on or around this date.