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Property tax is assessed every year. At the latest by March 31 you will receive your property tax bill.

The bill is further explained here.

Amount to pay

The bill shows the total tax assessed for the current year. If you have any debts from previous years this is also shown in the bill.

The tax assessed for this year is divided into two installments, with two different dates of payment.

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Dates of payment

Payment must be done at the latest by:
• 30 April — 1st Installment
30 September — 2nd Installment

If you have debts from previous years we advise you to pay this amount as soon as possible to avoid additional interest.

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How to pay

You may pay your tax due in any bank licensed by the Kosovo Central Bank. Your bill has a specific uniref code that will assure that the payment is registered on you. Therefore it is important that you bring your bill to the bank when you pay.

We advise you to always keep your receipt of payment.

Please observe that any payment first of all covers the tax of the current year. An excess amount will cover the debts from previous years.


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Pay in time to avoid Interest and Penalties!

After due date a penalty of 10% will be applied, after 1st July.

In addition to penalty an interest of 1% will be applied for each month of delay.

More information on interest and penalties available here.

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Certificate of payment

When you have fulfilled your duties of payment you can get your certificate of payment at the Municipal Property Tax Office. To be able to receive the certificate of payment you must state your personal number.

Please observe that it will take a few days after your payment in the bank before the payment is registered in the property tax system. Therefore you must allow a few days before coming to the Municipal Property Tax office to get your Certificate of Payment.

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Tax Deferrals

Under exceptional circumstances it is possible to defer payment of your property tax. To be able to do this the following must be applicable:
  • The deferral applies to a specific tax bill.
  • The property concerned is your principal residence.
  • Paying the tax would lead to undue hardship for you.
  • You can present substantial evidence supporting your undue hardship

    During the time of deferral interest will be charged, but not penalties.

    The deferred tax and the interest constitute a lien against the property for the benefit of the municipality. Such lien has priority over all other liens filed later.

    If you want to apply for a deferral of your tax you must do the following:
  • Fill in the form below
  • Submit the form to your Municipal Property Tax Office

    Form for tax deferral may be downloaded here. You can also get the form at your municipal property tax office.

  • Tax Deferral Form

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    Why is it important to pay Property Tax?

    By paying your property tax you participate in the efforts to improve quality of life in your municipality.

    Property tax is needed for investments to improve roads, water supplies, sewerage, school buildings, etc.

    Everybody who pays their property tax is taking an important part in the work with developing your municipality and therefore the whole country!

    By paying property tax, you make a difference!