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Non-resident individuals are subject to income tax and USC on any rental income received from an Irish property. (Stock picture)

Non-resident individuals are subject to income tax and USC on any rental income received from an Irish property. (Stock picture)

Non-resident individuals are subject to income tax and USC on any rental income received from an Irish property. (Stock picture)

REVENUE has changed back the due date for the property tax.

Many households were due to see the money deducted from their bank accounts this weekend.

This applies to people paying by direct debit or single payment authority.

But Revenue said that the payment the date has now been put back to May 21, due to the disruption caused by the coronavirus.

Revenue said in a statement: “Property owners who have opted to make a payment by annual debit instruction or single debit authority do not need to advise Revenue or take any action.

“The payment date will be changed automatically to May 21, 2020.”

The tax authority said that some 178,000 individuals pay the tax in respect of 287,800 properties.

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