Paying municipal taxes

You can pay your tax demand by direct debit, by bank transfer or you can come to the town hall to pay it. If you are not able to pay, find out if you qualify for tax remission.

Ways to pay your taxes

Direct debit

  • If you opt to pay by direct debit, you will pay in 10 monthly installments (March to December inclusive). If you receive a tax demand later in the year, you will pay in at least 5 installments
  • You can request a direct debit mandate form from the Municipality by telephone or by e-mail. You can also collect the form from the reception desk in the town hall
  • If your account number changes, you will need to fill out a new direct debit mandate form

Remember to pay on time

The Municipality no longer sends out bank giro forms, so it is up to you to remember to pay on time. You can pay the full amount at once or you can pay in two installments. The account number (NL68BNGH0285165453), your tax demand reference number and the first due date are shown on the tax demand.

Paying at the counter

If you would like to come and pay your municipal taxes over the counter in the town hall, you will need to make an appointment.

Procedure for collection in the event of late payment

If you fail to pay the tax demand on time, the Municipality will implement the procedure for collection in the event of late payment (PDF, 40.3 kB). The Municipality has outsourced all of its debt collection activities to Cannock Chase Public.

Tax remission

If you are not able to pay the municipal taxes, you can apply for tax remission in respect of the waste disposal levy, sewerage levy, property tax and/or dog tax (for a maximum of one dog). Whether or not you qualify for tax remission is determined by the Municipality on the basis of the rules laid down by the government.

If you wish to apply for tax remission, contact the Municipality as soon as possible after you have received the municipal tax demand.

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