Saint-Laurent Mayor Alan DeSousa tabled his Highlights of Saint-Laurent’s 2020 Financial Report at the Council meeting held on June 29.
Have you received a request to participate in the collection of economic data? How will this information help determine the value of your property? What documentation do you need to provide? Here’s what you need to know.
Want to learn more about Montréal’s financial results for the year 2020? Want to know what the city’s main achievements were? View the details in its Financial Report.
Didn’t pay your municipal taxes or property transfer duties? Find out what you need to know to limit interest fees and avoid legal proceedings.
Would you like to buy a building in Montréal? Would you like to understand how the duties (also called the “welcome tax”) are calculated? Find out everything you need to know.
Want to help establish the priorities for Montréal’s next budget? Learn more about the city’s budgetary process? Get all the details on the public consultation that will be held in preparation for the 2023 budget, and how you can participate.
Do you pay a water service tax? Did you receive a water tax invoice as a non-residential occupant? Find out everything you need to know about water taxation methods.
Are you looking for information on the Borough of Lachine’s finances? Here you will find financial documents from the past few years.
Property taxes are the city’s main source of revenue to fund its activities. The amount of taxes you pay is based on the value of your home.
Tax rates vary depending on the category of your building and the borough in which it is located.
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