Delhi municipal council gives more time for paying tax on property
New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has granted its consent in principle to the expansion of the calendar of appraisal as well as the collection of property tax starting during the period 2023-24 of the financial year, to give taxpayers the time they need to pay tax.
The costs for the government offices have been increased by May 30, and charges for private residences must be paid before June 31.
An official said there is no requirement to extend the deadline to claim rebates if invoices are due by the deadline.
13,485 government offices and 1,494 government offices are a part of NDMC. The civic body typically completes its budgets for the coming fiscal year on January 15.
However, it will make an official decision on tax rates and property rebates at the council’s meeting about one year later.
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“We mentioned that the board settles on charge discounts and paces of return, along with the general spending plan, i.e., by January 15 rather than mid-March or the finish of February.
to ensure that the department of property tax will be able to speed up the process of assessing the land and properties.
Thereby leading to protests and more expensive bills before June 31.” According to the official.
The plan for the Wednesday session noted that “the evaluation of buildings and land must be carried out at the beginning of the initial quarter of next the calendar year.”
“At least schedule years can be utilized to be challenged by people in general, and for this situation, they will be managed.
And the validness of the evaluation rundown will be affirmed by April 15 of the year’s schedule.
The review of the list of assessments needs to finish by May 15, and the bill application for private use by taxpayers has to be filed before the close of May” according to the timetable.
The official stated this new structure would allow taxpayers to take advantage of the benefit of a discount of up to 10% if they pay before June 30 and a 5% discount when they pay before September 30.
Currently, NDMC takes until November and October to issue final invoices to taxpayers, giving taxpayers 3-4 months to pay.
NDMC has requested the department responsible for taxes on property to produce an extensive report in the next few days.
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