Property Tax Web PageRevenue is currently writing to residential property owners about their 2014 Local Property Tax (LPT) obligations.

If you are the liable person for a residential property on 1 November 2013 you have to pay LPT for 2014.

Letters will include the Property ID, PIN and details of the amount due for 2014 (based on the liability declared for the property in 2013).

You will receive a letter from Revenue if you paid your LPT in 2013 in one lump sum (i.e. by single debit authority, debit/credit card, cheque/postal order/cash) or if you made regular payments by cash.

All you need to do is decide how you want to pay for 2014, fill in the payment instruction on-line or on paper and send it to Revenue. You can choose to pay in one lump sum or by a phased payment method.

The simplest way to confirm your payment method for 2014 is by accessing your LPT Record on-line.

You have to choose your payment method for 2014 and submit your payment instruction to Revenue by:

  • 7 November 2013 if submitting payment instruction in paper
  • 27 November 2013 if submitting payment instruction online

Revenue will not be writing to you if you paid your 2013 LPT by phased payment method (i.e. deduction at source from salary/occupational pension or from certain Government payments or direct debit) or if you deferred the full charge. Your current payment method will automatically apply for 2014 so there is no need to contact Revenue. If you wish to change your payment method, you can do so on-line by using your Property ID, PIN and PPS number by 27 November 2013.

Step by step instruction to selecting a payment option online:

Step 1. Log on to and click on “Login to LPT Online”
Step 2. Enter the Property ID and PIN as stated on the letter, together with your PPS number
Step 3. Click “setup payment method”
Step 4. Select your preferred payment option and enter the relevant details. Click “continue”
Step 5. You will be directed to the confirmation screen
Step 6. Click “submit details” to finalise your payment option
Step 7. You will be presented with the acknowledgement screen which you can print and retain for your records