Amount to pay

Amounts to pay are clearly displayed on the bill. Total amount to pay may consist of many different parts such as assessed tax, debts, fines and interest. Please note that any payment first hand covers debts.

Your bill contains many different parts that you have to pay. Any payment you do will first hand cover debts. Read more about distribution of payment here.

Your bill can consist of the following amounts:

Total assessed tax

This is your share of the assessed tax for current tax year, for all properties included in the bill. This amount will be the same regardless of when the bill is printed.

Please check that all properties (parcels and objects) which you own or possess in one municipality are included in the bill. For properties in other municipalities, you will get a separate bill from the concerned municipality.

Tax to pay

This is the part of the assessed tax for which due date has not yet passed. Before due date of first installment this amount is usually the same as total assessed tax.

After due date any amount due, that is still unpaid is considered a debt. This amount will be transferred to debts.

If due date for first installment has not passed and the amount “Tax to pay” is lower than “Total assessed tax” the reason can be that you have an advance payment from previous years. If this is the case for you, we recommend you to contact your municipal property tax office to get information on what amount you need to pay to avoid penalty and interest. Read more


This is the total amount of your unpaid tax, fines and interest. It can consist of two separate parts:

  • Unpaid tax, fines and interest from previous years.
  • Unpaid tax, fines and interest for late payment this year (if the bill is printed after due date).

Advance payment

Advance payment is any payment you made before due date. Advance payment can occur for different reasons, for example: 

  • You paid too much previous year.
  • You benefited from the debt forgiveness law.
  • You paid an installment fully or partly before due date

If you have an amount in this field, it means that your advance payment is higher than your total assessed tax.  If this is the case for your read more here.

Total to pay

The total amount to pay is:

+ Tax to pay
+ Debts
= Total to pay

The total amount to pay is divided in 3 parts with different due dates. They are all presented in the colored box of the bill.

  1. First installment: Half of this years assessed tax.
  2. Second installment: Half of this years assessed tax.
  3. Debts: All taxes that have passed due date and all fines and interest up to the date of printing.
Note! If your payment doesn’t cover the total amount due (including debts),  fines and interest will be added. Read more about how payment is distributed.
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