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Property Tax

Tánaiste on property tax: It's important the taxpayer is facilitated

Eamon Gilmore was speaking ahead of a Cabinet meeting this morning.

TÁNAISTE EAMON GILMORE has said that it is important that “every effort is made” to facilitate compliant taxpayers in paying the property tax.

Speaking on his way into a Cabinet meeting at Government Buildings this morning, Gilmore said he welcomed the meeting between the Finance Minister and Revenue last night and said he expected to be briefed on that today.

Earlier, his Labour colleague Brendan Howlin said that the government is confident “that things will settle down” in relation to the controversy over payment of the tax for next year:

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