The municipality sends out two tax bills every year:
first one is usually sent in February every year and is payable in one
instalment on the last Friday of March. This instalment represents 50%
of the previous year's taxes.
After the budget is
completed, the treasurer calculates the tax rates that will be used to
levy the required amount approved in the budget. Based on these tax
rates a final bill is sent out to the ratepayers. Again this bill is
payable in two instalments due on the last Friday of June and
The municipality charges
interest, at a rate of 15% per year, on any outstanding amount of taxes
that have not been paid. The interest is charged on the first day of
default and then on the first day of each month following.
PAYMENTS may be made:
- By Mail
- At Financial Institutions
- By Telephone or Online Banking Service - contact your bank for availability and details *All chartered Banks are now online.
- At the Township Office - office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.
is also a drop-off box to the left of the office front doors where
cheques may be deposited after hours until 4:30 on the due date.
If payments are made at your bank, please ensure that sufficient lead time is included for the bank to process your payment.
Pre-Authorized Payment Plans
you know that your tax payments can be made in 12 equal payments? With
no interest or service charges. You can fill out either one of the Due Date Pre-Authorized Payment Plan Enrollment Form or Monthly Pre-Authorized Payment Plan Enrollment Form and submit it to the Treasury Department. Some restrictions may apply, please
contact the Treasury Department for details.
Late Payment Charges
MATTER WHAT PAYMENT OPTION YOU CHOOSE TO USE TO PAY YOUR TAXES, ALL
PAYMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE TOWNSHIP OFFICE BY THE DUE DATE.
ABSOLUTELY NO EXTENSIONS WILL BE GRANTED
PENALTY and interest charges of 1.25% per month, effective the first day of default, will be applied.
your receipted tax bill for income tax purposes. No other receipt can
be issued at a later date. The fee for "Tax Record of Payment" is
nobody likes doing it, when someone is delinquent in paying the
municipality what it is owed, the treasurer may use small claims court,
bailiffs, collection agencies and tax sales to recover outstanding
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Current Value Assessment
assessment used to calculate your property taxes is determined by the
Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC). MPAC is the
organization that classifies and assesses all properties in Ontario
under the Assessment Act, and regulations established by the Provincial
Government. From the information supplied by MPAC, the Township of
Tiny calculates the tax amounts due on an individual
property and issues a tax bill. For more information on your assessment
contact the MPAC office at: 1-866-296-6722, or online at: www.mpac.ca