Amounts to pay are clearly displayed on the bill. Please note that any payment you do firstly covers debts (if any).
You will get one bill from each municipality where you have properties. All amounts in the bill are the total for all your units in the respective municipality. In the specification of tax liabilities, you will find all amounts specified for each unit.
Please note that any payment you do will firsthand cover debts. Read more about distribution of payment here.
In the colored box of your bill, you will find amounts to pay and the due dates for payment to avoid interest and fines.
The amounts will change if the bill is printed again after you made a payment, a due date has passed, or further interest has been added due to late payment.
This is the total amount of your unpaid tax, fines, and interest for all your units. It can consist of:
- Unpaid tax, fines, and interest from previous years.
- Unpaid tax, fines, and interest for current year – if the bill is printed after due date.
Your total assessed tax for the year and any fines other than fines for late payment is divided into two installments.
3) Total to pay
Total to pay is the sum of amounts for debts and the two installments.
Specification of tax liabilities
In your specification of tax liabilities all amounts are specified for each one of your units in the same municipality.
Please assure that all your units are included in the specification, and that it does not include any units that you do not own or possess.
Total amounts in the specification of tax liabilities are transferred to the bill.
You can read more about the specification of tax liabilities here.
Note! If you have an advance payment for one or more, but not all units included in your specification of tax liabilities we encourage you to contact your municipal property tax office to find out exactly what to pay to avoid fines and interest. Read more here.