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Council Tax

Council Tax is a local taxation system used in England, Scotland and Wales. It is a tax on domestic property which was introduced in 1993 by the Local Government Finance Act 1992. Each property is assigned one of eight bands (A to H) based on property value, and the tax is set as a fixed amount for each band.
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The information provided by you may also be used for the purpose of any other function carried out by the Council. Information about these functions and the legal basis on which information is used by them, your rights and the Council's Data Protection Officer (DPO) can be found on the Council's detailed privacy notice which can be found at www.ashfield.gov.uk/Privacy on the Council's website or requesting a copy by writing to the Data Protection Officer at Ashfield District Council.

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For the first time the government has produced a practical guide highlighting all the Council Tax discounts and exemptions to ensure families aren’t paying more than their fair share of Council Tax.
Click the image to view the guide.
Paying the Right Level of Council Tax