Monthly Archives: June 2013

NPPR Deadline Reminder

Non-Principal Private Residence Charge NPPR Deadline Reminder | Cooney Carey | Blog

Non-Principal Private Residence Charge NPPR Deadline ReminderPosted by Eamonn MaddenThere has been much media commentary on the recently introduced Local Property Tax LPT. However it is important to note that the Non-Principal Private Residence Charge NPPR will also be payable in 2013 in respect of certain properties.The NPPR was introduced in 2009 and is payable in respect of residential properties owned by an individual which is not their principal private residence.If an individual/ company owns a property on the 31st of March 2013 they are liable to pay the NPPR fee to the appropriate local authority by the 30th of June. The NPPR charge is €200 and a late fee of €20 is...
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HANDLING THE STRESS OF PERSONAL INJURY

Dealing with the Stress Related to a Personal Injury. It can be difficult to deal with the pain, stress and aggravation that is typically associated with a personal injury. Depending on its extent, you may have to contend with an endless pile of bills, limited to no money coming in, and physical and mental anguish. This can have a crippling effect on your work, personal and family life. A knowledgeable and experienced personal injury attorney can determine if you have a case or not. In doing so, they can aggressively pursue the appropriate avenues to determine if neglect was at the center of these issues. If so, they can seek the proper monetary compensation for the client, and possibly prevent this...
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When Social Media and Stalking Intersect

The ease with which ordinary people can put and pull information on and from the internet has allowed certain cyber crimes to flourish. Cyber crimes are those illegal activities that happen online, on the web. One of these is spamming. Although our laws consider it illegal, it’s mostly an irritant, causing wasted hours to address, say in your email inbox. Another cyber crime that can have ruinous consequences is hacking, which can lead to identity theft and economic losses if your personally identifiable information has been compromised. There’s also the distribution of malware, viruses that can destroy sensitive computer systems around the world in the blink of an eye. Although tracking these crimes can become tedious, they leave electronic trails behind that can be followed by the...
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