Would you like to calculate the non-residential portion of a municipal tax account? Here are a few useful elements to help you make the calculation.
To determine the residential portion of a tax account, you’ll need to:
- Have the building’s tax account statement, either the paper copy or the online version.
- Know the building’s classification.
Tax account statements are generally mailed out each year at the end of January. A copy of each statement is available online.
To view the online version, search for the building by address or by tax account number.
The building classification defines the percentage of the building’s value, which will be taxed at the taxation rate for non-residential buildings.
Tax division or rent adjustments must be made in accordance to the clauses of leases that bind landlords and tenants. The city cannot make any recommendation about tax or rent adjustments.