Make Property Tax Online Payment At Paytm
Property tax is an annual tax paid to the local government or the municipal corporations by the property owner at his area. Property tax is applicable for any type of property whether it be a land, office building, intangible property and even the improvements made to the land. Paytm provides you with a very fast and comfortable medium to pay your property tax online. You can pay your property tax online at Paytm with the help of just a few simple clicks. Isn’t it amazing? So just #PaytmKaro and leave all the hassles for property tax online payment to us.
Make Timely Property Tax Payment To Avoid Penalty and Earn Reward
You can attract an additional 10% late fee for your property tax for not paying it on or before the due date. Avoid the late fee by making an instant property tax online payment at Paytm before your due date. You can get a rebate of 15% on your property tax if you pay the entire tax in a single lump sum in the first quarter of the year.
How to Make Property Tax Payment Online at Paytm
It is very easy and convenient to make a property tax payment online at Paytm. All you have to do is follow these simple steps-
1. Select the corporation
2. Fill in the required details such as- Property ID, Name, Address, Email ID, Phone Number etc.
3. Click on ‘Get Tax Amount’
4. After checking the payable tax amount, select your prefered mode of transaction i.e., Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking, Paytm Wallet or UPI (UPI is only available with Paytm App)
5. Proceed with the payment and you are done with it
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the importance of property tax?
The property tax helps the local municipal bodies with the funds for providing you services like the cleanliness of the area, proper supply of water, maintenance of roads, drainage etc. It also helps you in case of any property related dispute to prove the ownership.
Is the property tax applicable to vacant land?
Property tax is applicable on any kind of vacant land unless the land is used for agriculture purposes only.
Which properties are exempted from the property tax?
Any property that is used for religious worship, public burial, cremation and heritage lands are exempted from the property. Any building that is used for charitable, educational or agriculture purposes is also exempted from the property tax.
Who is liable to pay the property tax in case of the joint ownership over the property?
Both the owners are liable to pay a share of the property tax as per their respective shareholding in the property.
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