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Who has to pay?
Find out who is responsible for paying the council tax charge for a property.
Can students claim?
Information on which students can claim council tax support.
Reminders and final notices
Information about when we issue reminders and final notices
Offering support to residents who are experiencing financial hardship
How much is your bill?
Find out the council tax band and charge for your property.
You’ve had an overpayment
What happens if you have been overpaid.
How is your money spent?
Find out how your council tax money is allocated and spent on local services.
Claiming if you are working
How we work out Council Tax Support if you are working.
Bankruptcies and Insolvencies information
Information for Companies dealing with Bankruptcies or Insolvencies
National Fraud Initiative
Find out more about our involvement in this initiative and how and why we supply your data to the Cabinet Office.
Online benefits calculators
Find out how much help you could get for your council tax.
Find out more about Council Tax including how your money is spent, your bill explained, requesting a refund and how to tell us someone has died.
Information for Torbay residents who are struggling to pay for their energy.
Bailiffs (enforcement agents)
Information on their procedures and fees.
Houses in multiple occupation (HMO)
Find out if a property is classed as a HMO and who will be responsible for the council tax.
Bill reductions, exemptions and discounts
Find out if you are entitled to a discount, exemption or council tax support to reduce your bill.
Debt and money problems
Find out who can help you if you have debt and money problems.
Live in carers and care workers
Find out about applying for a reduction in council tax because someone living in your home is providing care.
Someone is severely mentally impaired
Find out about applying for a reduction in council tax because someone is severely mentally impaired.
New properties and completion notices
Find out how to appeal a Council Tax completion notice