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Problems paying?

If you are having problems paying who to contact and what happens if you don't pay your Business Rates.

Having difficulties paying your Business Rates?

If you're having difficulties making your Business Rates payments or you're in arrears, please contact us using our details on this page so we can discuss your account with you.

Paying your rates on time

Your bill shows you how much you must pay. We must receive your payment on or before the payment date. If we don't, we will ask you to make the missed payment within seven days. If you do not do this, you will lose your right to pay in instalments after another seven days.

What happens if you don't pay your Business Rates?

If you do not pay your Business Rates, you will lose your right to pay in instalments and the amount you owe for the rest of the year will be due immediately.

We will apply to the Sheriff Court for a 'summary warrant', which allows us to collect the taxes you owe us. At this stage we will add costs of 10% of the amount you owe to your account.

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