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Your 2021 water authority tax assessment will come later
This year, you will receive your water authority tax assessment later than usual. Read on to find out what this means for you.
In 2021, we are upgrading our IT infrastructure for water authority tax. We are also working on a new version of My Waternet. Both of these projects must be completed before we can draw up this year's assessments. That is why, in 2021, your assessment will come later than usual.
Assessment will come in october
- This year, we will send out the first assessments at the end of October. Normally we would send these out in February or March. We had planned to start sending out assessments in July, but this turned out to be not possible.
- We do not send the assessments to everyone at the same time. You may also receive your assessment in November or December.
- Payment obligations will only start after you have received your assessment. This is also true if you pay in instalments.
- Do you not want to pay the whole assessment in one time? Then choose to pay in a maximum of 8 instalments via direct debit. You can change the number of instalments online in My Waternet.
- I you pay in 8 instalments your last payments will take place in 2022. When sending the 2022 assessment we will try to take this into account. We will try to make sure that next year you will not pay installments for your water authority tax for 2021 and 2022 in the same month.
We understand that it may be inconvenient that you receive the assessment later than usual. And that you may not be able to pay your assessment now.View options
Find out what the water authority tax rates are for 2021.
- View examples of common living situations.
- Compare the 2021 rates with those of 2020.
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