At the start of 2017, the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) officials discovered that their expected rise in assets tax collection, owing to demonetization (citizens were allowed to pay assets tax bills the usage of the now defunct 500 and 1,000 currency) and launching of online charge modes, was no longer to be. In fact, they were gazing a 68% dip in tax collection in comparison to ultimate 12 months.
That discovery forced officials to launch more than one rebate schemes, preserve property tax camps and provide incentives to citizens’ welfare institutions (RWAs) to influence taxpayers to remit their dues.
The MCG’s tasks appear to have labored, and with three days left for the ongoing rebate scheme to expire (on June 15), the MCG officers claimed that their assets tax series has crossed ₹387 crore, the quantity they accumulated in financial 2015-16.
Here’s a breakdown on how the civic body ranked inside the cash.
Following a course by the city neighborhood our bodies, MCG presented rebate schemes (taxpayers were given a one-time waiver of 25% on their arrears) from February 1 until March 31. It gathered Rs 14 crore in belongings tax throughout this time.
Boosted by means of the achievement, the MCG reintroduced the rebate scheme and prolonged the deadline until April 30. It collected a further Rs 35 crore in belongings tax.
The MCG officers extended the rebate scheme again till June 15, with a 15% one-time waiver of arrears. With 5 days left for the scheme to give up, the MCG has amassed in extra of Rs 23 crore.
Property tax caps
One of the largest hurdles for a taxpayer to make payments become that he/she needed to visit the MCG places of work in Sector 34 and Civil Lines and stand in endless queues. Hence, to eliminate this inconvenience, the MCG, in affiliation with RWAs, installation property tax charge camps in residential regions, thereby giving citizens the option of clearing their dues at their doorstep.
These camps proved to be the main success and MCG officers claimed that they collected nearly Rs 30 lakh – Rs 35 lakh from each tax camp.
Incentives to RWAs
Last month, the MCG officials introduced that it’ll allow Rs five lakh to any RWA for preservation and improvement activities if citizens residing within the area could clean eighty% in their belongings tax dues. The flow proved a success as seven RWAs had been capable of attaining the mark by way of encouraging residents to pay up.
“The healing in belongings tax collection has been encouraging and is a testimonial that the numerous schemes and incentives introduced by the MCG have proved a success. We are anticipating a better collection by the time the rebate scheme expires,” SS Rohilla, MCG spokesperson, said.
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