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Questions about your 2021/2022 bill?
If your Council tax bill for 2021/2022 is not correct because your circumstances have changed, it is based on the information we held when your bill was printed.
- Moved house within Haringey
- Moved into Haringey
- Outstanding payment on account
- Credit shown on account
- Reductions for low income residents
- Paying by Direct Debit
- Paying a Council Tax bill in instalments
- Adding unpaid Council Tax to a new bill
- Adult Social Care charge
If you have contacted us about your move/change already, you do not need to do so again. We are sorry we have not dealt with your letter or email yet and will send you a revised bill in April.
If your bill is addressed to the previous occupier of the property, use My Account to tell us that you have moved into Haringey.
If your Council tax has been paid in full but the bill shows an outstanding amount, your bill is based on the information we hold. Instalments due in March will not show as paid but the amount has not been included in your instalments from April. Please note the outstanding amount may be for an earlier year. You can use My Account to check the outstanding amount.
If there is a credit on your new bill, you can request a refund using our online refund form. If you do this the instalments you have to pay this year will increase. If you want us to give you a refund pay the April instalment shown on your bill and we will send a new bill once we have sent you a refund.
A refund will not be issued if you do not pay the April instalment.
If you are on a low income, you may be able to apply for Council Tax support. Pensioners, people who have children living with them and disabled people could get a reduction of up to 100% of the Council Tax they have to pay. You can apply or get further information on our Council Tax discounts page.
If you are getting a Council Tax Reduction you already have a reduced amount of Council Tax to pay. A statement is enclosed with your bill showing how your reduction is calculated. You can find out more about how your reduction is worked out on our understanding your benefit letter page.
The quickest way to set up a direct debit is via My Account. The first instalment will not be taken until at least 14 days after you set up the direct debit so you may wish to pay the April instalment using our website.
The instalments on your bill will add up to the amount you must pay (unless you have a credit brought forward, which will show on your bill). It will be spread over 10 instalments (April to January) or 12 instalments (April to March).
Instalments are due on or before the 1st of the month unless you pay by direct debit.
Please pay the exact amount requested on the bill to make sure it is credited correctly on your account.
Changing instalments from 10 months to 12
If the instalment plan shown on your bill ends in January we can change this so that your instalments go through to March instead. Please use our request to extend instalments form so we can do this for you.
You will need to pay the April instalment shown on your bill and we will send you a revised instalment plan reducing your instalments from May.
This may be possible but you will need to discuss this with Customer Services on 020 8489 1000 to agree on the best repayment method.
This forms part of your bill and cannot be deducted. It goes towards the cost of providing adult social care across the borough. Further information about the services Haringey provide can be found on the Adult Social Care and Health pages.
There is a 3% increase in the amount charged from last year.
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