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Valuation Office Agency (VOA)
Find out the Council Tax band for a property in England, Scotland or Wales by looking up the property's postcode online
How to check the rateable value of your business property - compare it with other properties, request changes to your valuation and challenge the business rates you've been charged
Apply to your local council for Council Tax Reduction if you're on a low income or benefits - this has replaced Council Tax Benefit
The home of Valuation Office Agency on GOV.UK.
Business rates are charged on most non-domestic properties - who has to pay, how your rates are calculated, getting a revaluation, what to do if your premises change
How to set up a new Council Tax account on a property you have recently moved into.
Estimate your business rates by multiplying the rateable value of your business by a multiplier value set by the government
Find out about your business rates bill, business rate relief or pay your bill through your local council
Running a business from home - insurance, business rates, expenses, tax allowances
Private renting as a tenant - repairs, rent increases and arrears, settling disputes, deposits and your rights and responsibilities
Find contact details for the Valuation Office Agency in England and Wales
Landlord responsibilities when renting out your property in England and Wales, including making repairs, health and safety, increasing the rent and changing regulated tenancies.
You may be eligible for discounts on your business rates - business rates relief, how to apply
How Local Housing Allowance rates are set and used to work out Housing Benefit.
The Valuation Office Agency (VOA) explains how domestic properties are valued for Council Tax bands.
How to challenge your Council Tax band if you think you're paying too much Council Tax because your band is wrong.
Tables showing the method used to produce the Local Housing Allowance rates in accordance with statute.
How to appeal to your council or the Valuation Tribunal about a Council Tax bill, fine or completion notice
A guide to the new business rates appeal process from 1 April 2017.
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