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LPT and Tax Clearance Certificates

A Tax Clearance Certificate is a written confirmation from Revenue that a taxpayer's tax affairs are in order at the date of issue of
the Certificate. All Public Sector contracts with a value of €10,000 or more within any 12 month period are subject to the public
sector tax clearance procedures i.e. a contractor is required to produce a current tax clearance certificate.

Where a contractor has not filed an LPT return with Revenue, his tax clearance certificate will not be renewed until he does so.
If an LPT return has been filed and a contractor is a co-owner of a residential property which is liable to LPT, the section on the
LPT return identifying the co-owner and his/her tax reference number should have been completed. If this section was not completed, it is vitally important that the co-owners contact Revenue immediately to advise them of this amendment to ensure
that the contractor’s tax clearance certificate is renewed when it expires.


 

Softcom does not accept any responsibility. The above is for reference ONLY. Please consult the relevant Department before making any decisions.

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