To make sure you are correctly taxed you should check a few things in your bill and other documents. First make sure all your parcels and objects are included in a bill. Then, check your share, area (m2) and value category for each object and parcel you possess.
Due to deficiencies in quality of data regarding properties there might be some errors in your bill. To avoid that you are incorrectly taxed there are certain things you should check in your bill and the other documents attached to the bill.
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Please check the following:
❶ Did you get a specification of assessed tax for all your properties?
Make sure you got a Specification of Assessed Tax for all objects and parcels that you own or possess, otherwise you risk having fines and interest that you are not aware of. Read more
If you did not get a Specification and it is not concerning an agricultural parcel, you should contact your Property Tax office to sort out what is wrong and get a Specification for all properties.
❷ Did you get a specification of assessed tax for any property you do not possess?
If you are billed for a property you do not possess you should contact your municipality to sort out what is wrong.
❸ Is your share of the property correct?
In the certificate of appraised value and in the specification of assessed tax your share of the property is stated. Is this share correct? If not, you should visit your Property Tax Office to sort out what is wrong.
❹ Is the value category of your property correct?
The value category of your property should reflect how the property is used. Read more
If the value category does not reflect the usage of your property, you should contact your Property Tax Office.
❺ Is the area (m2) of your property correct?
If the area of an object is incorrect, you should contact your Property Tax Office.
If the area (m2) of a parcel is incorrect, you must contact your Municipal Cadastral Office.
❻ Is your property placed in correct value zone?
In a few cases, the exact location of a parcel is unknown. This means that the parcel may have been placed in the wrong area of the cadastral zone and thereby in the wrong value zone.
If you believe that your parcel is placed in the wrong value zone, you should contact your municipal office.
You can check your value zone in a few steps:
- Find out value zone number in the Certificate of appraised value.
- Go to value zone map and see where the value zone borders are.
- Determine if your parcel is located within this value zone.