The deadline for filing local property tax returns has been extended.
Monday was property valuation day, and homeowners originally had until this coming Sunday to file their return.
However, that's now been extended until 5pm next Wednesday, November 10th.
Revenue says it has received over 80,000 calls and 15,000 'items of correspondence' about the LPT in recent days.
Over one million returns have already been filed, and Revenue says it's clear property owners are "making every effort to fully comply" with the tax obligations.
In a statement, Revenue said: "LPT requires property owners to submit a return to Revenue and we are very conscious that this can cause a degree of worry and stress for property owners who do not have a reason to engage directly with Revenue on an ongoing basis.
"Revenue is also very conscious that this is the first revaluation for LPT since it was first introduced over 8 years ago.
"In light of this and having regard to the fact that the return filing deadline falls on Sunday, Revenue has extended the LPT Return filing deadline to 5pm next Wednesday, 10 November 2021."
The LPT helpline opening hours are also being extended until Wednesday, including opening between 9:30am and 1:30pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Revenue says it recommends filing a return online.
Anyone who owns a property must determine the market value of that property as of November 1st.
It's expected a majority of homeowners will still be paying the same LPT rates as before in 2022, while around a third will be paying at least €90-100 extra.
Properties built since 2013 are also being charged for the first time in this current round of LPT valuations.