More than 600,000 have still not paid the household charge

More than 600,000 have still not paid the household charge

More than 600,000 people have yet to pay the €100 household charge.

The latest figures from the Department of the Environment show that so far, more than 940,000 people have paid the controversial €100 tax.

The figures also show that fewer than 25,000 homeowners have paid the charge since the March 31st deadline.

There are 2 comments for this article
  1. MICKEY MOUSE at 3:30 pm

    The old bull hogan is lying low while the fiscal vote is played out,government don’t want to rock the boat. I just hope that people see sence and vote NO,all this talk of been able to access the guarantee of a 700 billion fund from the EMF if we vote yes.There is no guarantee of anything in life,what happens if in the next 12 months Spain or Italy go to the wall’there won’t be any money left.I dont trust this puppet government of the Germans,we have been let down again and again and its time to call a halt.

  2. MICKEY MOUSE at 7:48 pm

    Again the Spin on numbers who paid. Over 50% have not paid on the 1.8 million households

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