Property Tax 2023

The 2023 Local Property Tax (LPT) liability date is November 1st 2022.


If you own a residential property on November 1st 2022 you are liable for the Property Tax on it for 2023.

Read about Property Tax Exemptions

More here about the changes to LPT Valuation Bands in 2022.


If you want to change your payment method for 2023, you needed to amend your LPT online record by 2nd December 2022. You will need to access your Revenue property record and choose your preferred payment method for 2023. The option to do this will be available from 24 October 2022.

If you paid the 2022 LPT  by Direct Debit or by deduction at source, that method of payment will continue automatically for 2023.

  • The payment deadline is January 10th 2023 for anyone paying the Local Property Tax in full by cash, cheque, postal order, credit card or debit card.

If you have problems paying the Property Tax because of loss of income – it is possible to delay the payment. More here about Deferral of LPT


Anyone who bought a home in 2013 is no longer exempt from LPT – see more about that here

The LPT Helpline is 01 738 3626 . You can access LPT Online here

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Property Tax Valuation

All the original Property Tax valuations from 2013 were replaced with fresh valuations on November 1st 2021.


Information about Property Tax Bands Here

LPT is a self-assessed tax. This means that you will need to:

More Here about 2022 LPT


Property Tax 2023 Payment Dates

  • 10th January 2023 If you are paying your LPT in full by cash, cheque, postal order, credit card or debit card. – payment must be made by the latest 10th January 2023
  • 15th January 2023 – This will be the date of the first LPT monthly direct debit.
  • 21st March 2023:  Single Debit Authority payments will be deducted from bank accounts on or around this date.
  • 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 2023 LPT .


If you have problems paying the Property Tax because of loss of income – it is possible to delay the payment. More here about Deferral of LPT