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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 2:01 pm 
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Anybody on here that has an issue with what I am saying has the opportunity and the right to provide official information that states the contrary otherwise shut the fuck up.


http://www.donegaldaily.com/2013/06/28/ ... -campaign/

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ONE OF the leading groups campaigning against home taxes has admitted it has lost its boycott campaign.


you still acting the big fella richie?


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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 3:25 pm 
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LPT Due again in full on 01/01/14.

NPPR due this weekend (just as a reminder)


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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 5:30 pm 
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slasher wrote:
richie268 wrote:
Anybody on here that has an issue with what I am saying has the opportunity and the right to provide official information that states the contrary otherwise shut the fuck up.


http://www.donegaldaily.com/2013/06/28/ ... -campaign/

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ONE OF the leading groups campaigning against home taxes has admitted it has lost its boycott campaign.


you still acting the big fella richie?


All social housing stock has been marked as paid and if you think about in long enough it is the same as passing a fiver from one hand to the other and proclaiming success not to mention the 130000 + in mortgage arrears who simply cant pay and then we have got the dissenters like me which leaves me to reckon we have some creative accounting going on.Let us all see the official figurative data.
Put up or shut up you clown.


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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 5:38 pm 
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richie268 wrote:
Put up or shut up you clown.


Marc?


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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 5:51 pm 
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Evil_g wrote:
richie268 wrote:
Put up or shut up you clown.
Marc?
Nah, he didn't say anything about slasher's nationality/ancestors.


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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 6:00 pm 
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richie268 wrote:
Put up or shut up you clown.

:D :D :D :D

enjoy paying the late fees!


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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 7:20 pm 
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richie268 wrote:
Let us all see the official figurative data.

Could we look at the actual data instead of the figurative data? Like this maybe:

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I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that Local Property Tax (LPT) Returns, personalized letters and an LPT Guide issued earlier this year to owners of 1.69 million residential properties either by post or by way of their ROS (Revenue Online Service) inbox. I previously outlined in my response to Parliamentary Question No 74 of 30 May 2013 (26457/13) that the Revenue Commissioners had confirmed that, at the end of the extended LPT filing deadline on 29 May 2013, 1,539,822 LPT Returns had been filed. I am further informed that this number is now in excess of 1.55million.


So, 1.55m out of 1.69 have filed, or just shy of 92%. That's excellent compliance.

Congratulations, you are the 8%.

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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 7:35 pm 
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Mantissa wrote:
richie268 wrote:
Let us all see the official figurative data.

Could we look at the actual data instead of the figurative data? Like this maybe:

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I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that Local Property Tax (LPT) Returns, personalized letters and an LPT Guide issued earlier this year to owners of 1.69 million residential properties either by post or by way of their ROS (Revenue Online Service) inbox. I previously outlined in my response to Parliamentary Question No 74 of 30 May 2013 (26457/13) that the Revenue Commissioners had confirmed that, at the end of the extended LPT filing deadline on 29 May 2013, 1,539,822 LPT Returns had been filed. I am further informed that this number is now in excess of 1.55million.


So, 1.55m out of 1.69 have filed, or just shy of 92%. That's excellent compliance.

Congratulations, you are the 8%.

Where is the data? it takes approx 24 hours to tabulate the results of a general election, where is the data? it is simply not available because the Bastards are telling fooking lies.


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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 7:42 pm 
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Where is the data? it takes approx 24 hours to tabulate the results of a general election, where is the data? it is simply not available because the Bastards are telling fooking lies.


I gave you the data. What do you want, a list of names & addresses? Do you expect to get that for people who pay income tax? VAT? VRT?

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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 7:49 pm 
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richie268 wrote:
Mantissa wrote:
richie268 wrote:
Let us all see the official figurative data.

Could we look at the actual data instead of the figurative data? Like this maybe:

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I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that Local Property Tax (LPT) Returns, personalized letters and an LPT Guide issued earlier this year to owners of 1.69 million residential properties either by post or by way of their ROS (Revenue Online Service) inbox. I previously outlined in my response to Parliamentary Question No 74 of 30 May 2013 (26457/13) that the Revenue Commissioners had confirmed that, at the end of the extended LPT filing deadline on 29 May 2013, 1,539,822 LPT Returns had been filed. I am further informed that this number is now in excess of 1.55million.


So, 1.55m out of 1.69 have filed, or just shy of 92%. That's excellent compliance.

Congratulations, you are the 8%.

Where is the data? it takes approx 24 hours to tabulate the results of a general election, where is the data? it is simply not available because the Bastards are telling fooking lies.
richie268 wrote:
Mantissa wrote:
richie268 wrote:
Let us all see the official figurative data.

Could we look at the actual data instead of the figurative data? Like this maybe:

Quote:
I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that Local Property Tax (LPT) Returns, personalized letters and an LPT Guide issued earlier this year to owners of 1.69 million residential properties either by post or by way of their ROS (Revenue Online Service) inbox. I previously outlined in my response to Parliamentary Question No 74 of 30 May 2013 (26457/13) that the Revenue Commissioners had confirmed that, at the end of the extended LPT filing deadline on 29 May 2013, 1,539,822 LPT Returns had been filed. I am further informed that this number is now in excess of 1.55million.


So, 1.55m out of 1.69 have filed, or just shy of 92%. That's excellent compliance.

Congratulations, you are the 8%.

Where is the data? it takes approx 24 hours to tabulate the results of a general election, where is the data? it is simply not available because the Bastards are telling fooking lies.
richie268 wrote:
Mantissa wrote:
richie268 wrote:
Let us all see the official figurative data.

Could we look at the actual data instead of the figurative data? Like this maybe:

Quote:
I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that Local Property Tax (LPT) Returns, personalized letters and an LPT Guide issued earlier this year to owners of 1.69 million residential properties either by post or by way of their ROS (Revenue Online Service) inbox. I previously outlined in my response to Parliamentary Question No 74 of 30 May 2013 (26457/13) that the Revenue Commissioners had confirmed that, at the end of the extended LPT filing deadline on 29 May 2013, 1,539,822 LPT Returns had been filed. I am further informed that this number is now in excess of 1.55million.


So, 1.55m out of 1.69 have filed, or just shy of 92%. That's excellent compliance.

Congratulations, you are the 8%.

Where is the data? it takes approx 24 hours to tabulate the results of a general election, where is the data? it is simply not available because the Bastards are telling fooking lies.
richie268 wrote:
Mantissa wrote:
richie268 wrote:
Let us all see the official figurative data.

Could we look at the actual data instead of the figurative data? Like this maybe:

Quote:
I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that Local Property Tax (LPT) Returns, personalized letters and an LPT Guide issued earlier this year to owners of 1.69 million residential properties either by post or by way of their ROS (Revenue Online Service) inbox. I previously outlined in my response to Parliamentary Question No 74 of 30 May 2013 (26457/13) that the Revenue Commissioners had confirmed that, at the end of the extended LPT filing deadline on 29 May 2013, 1,539,822 LPT Returns had been filed. I am further informed that this number is now in excess of 1.55million.


So, 1.55m out of 1.69 have filed, or just shy of 92%. That's excellent compliance.

Congratulations, you are the 8%.

Where is the data? it takes approx 24 hours to tabulate the results of a general election, where is the data? it is simply not available because the Bastards are telling fooking lies.
richie268 wrote:
Mantissa wrote:
richie268 wrote:
Let us all see the official figurative data.

Could we look at the actual data instead of the figurative data? Like this maybe:

Quote:
I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that Local Property Tax (LPT) Returns, personalized letters and an LPT Guide issued earlier this year to owners of 1.69 million residential properties either by post or by way of their ROS (Revenue Online Service) inbox. I previously outlined in my response to Parliamentary Question No 74 of 30 May 2013 (26457/13) that the Revenue Commissioners had confirmed that, at the end of the extended LPT filing deadline on 29 May 2013, 1,539,822 LPT Returns had been filed. I am further informed that this number is now in excess of 1.55million.


So, 1.55m out of 1.69 have filed, or just shy of 92%. That's excellent compliance.

Congratulations, you are the 8%.

Where is the data? it takes approx 24 hours to tabulate the results of a general election, where is the data? it is simply not available because the Bastards are telling fooking lies.
Mantissa wrote:
richie268 wrote:
Let us all see the official figurative data.

Could we look at the actual data instead of the figurative data? Like this maybe:

Quote:
I am informed by the Revenue Commissioners that Local Property Tax (LPT) Returns, personalized letters and an LPT Guide issued earlier this year to owners of 1.69 million residential properties either by post or by way of their ROS (Revenue Online Service) inbox. I previously outlined in my response to Parliamentary Question No 74 of 30 May 2013 (26457/13) that the Revenue Commissioners had confirmed that, at the end of the extended LPT filing deadline on 29 May 2013, 1,539,822 LPT Returns had been filed. I am further informed that this number is now in excess of 1.55million.


So, 1.55m out of 1.69 have filed, or just shy of 92%. That's excellent compliance.

Congratulations, you are the 8%.

What do you base your figures upon? the same crowd of gombeens that stated Irish banks were solvent and the Country did not need a bailout or do you just swallow all that your told? Like I said official figures required or fuck off.


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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:04 pm 
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That was from the Revenue Commissioners. Do you think they're lying?

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 Post subject: Re: Property Tax only 25% have paid.
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:19 pm 
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richie268 wrote:
Like I said official figures required or fuck off


I do so love when discourse is raised to such a level...


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