Paying your Local Property Tax (LPT)
Can you pay your LPT by annual debit instruction?
You can pay your LPT liability directly from your bank account in one full payment by Annual Debit Instruction (ADI). An ADI allows your bank or financial institution to pay the specified amount annually to us. This payment option carries forward each year unless you advise Revenue or change your payment option online.
The ADI is a mandate that authorises your bank or financial institution to pay Revenue the specified amount of LPT. This will be taken from your bank account in a single deduction.
How can you set up an Annual Debit Instruction (ADI)?
You can set up an ADI by accessing your LPT record online using your Property Identification (ID), PIN and your Personal Public Service Number (PPSN).
To select this option, you will need:
- your amount of LPT for the year(s)
- your International Bank Account Number (IBAN) and a Bank Identifier Code (BIC) (optional).
Your IBAN and BIC are located on your bank account statement or in the bank's online system. A service is available on the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) web site which can convert your account number and sort code (NSC) to the equivalent IBAN and BIC. Your bank must be in a SEPA participating country.
You may have received a payment reminder (Form LPT1A). If so, you can pay the amount due by:
- completing the ADI at the end of the form for this year's payment
- submitting the LPT1A Form to Revenue.
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