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Monday, March 13, 2017

County has online guide to council tax

Your Money, Denbighshire County Council’s definitive guide to all things relating to council tax, has now gone live online.


The council recently set its budget for the 2017/18 financial year.
In terms of council tax, this means an increase of 2.94% for Denbighshire residents, taking into account a 2.75% increase in the county council element, as well as the town/city/community council and the Police and Crime Commissioner’s precepts.
Every year, the council produces a booklet that explains all the facts and figures behind the council tax settlement, how that money is spent and details on how to pay your council tax bills.
The booklet also gives information on business rates, small business relief discounts and what kind of support is available if residents struggle to pay their council tax.
The booklet is produced electronically and can be found by visiting www.denbighshire.gov.uk/counciltax  under the ‘How much is your council tax? section.

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