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1. When is the assessment tax bill sent?
  The Assessment Tax Bill will be sent to owners no later than the second week of January for the first ½ of the year and no later than the second week of July for the second ½ of the year. In the event that the bills are not received during those months, owners may personally approach the Valuation division of the Kuala Pilah District Council. Owners who have not received the latest bill are required to bring along old bills for checking of the Property Account number and Address.
2. How is the assessment tax charged?
  It is done through valuation process based on the gazetted annual value and percentage rate. The “Annual Value” refers to the reasonable annual rental gross estimation which is expected to be acquired from year to year from the holding in the event it was rented out.
3. How should the payment be made.
  Payment can be made in cash at the MDKP payment counter.
4. The payment period for general assessment tax.
  The assessment tax can be paid twice a year which is by or before 28 February for the first ½ of the year and by or before 31 August for the second ½ of the year. In the event the owner wishes to pay the annual tax they can pay before the 28 February of that particular year.
5. Actions taken if taxes are not settled.
  The payment date to avoid from being penalised is; for the first ½ of the year from 1 Jan to 28 February and for the second ½ of the year from 1 July to 31 August each year. Owners will be charged with the late payment penalty for failing to settle payments within the stipulated period. Full payment must be made 15 days after the demand notice is issued. If still failing to do so, a warrant of attachment will be issued.
6. Why Does The Assessment Tax Need To Be Paid?
  Collections from the assessment taxes are necessary to accommodate the expenditure of the Council in providing services such as maintenance, recreational parks, grass cutting, street light and places with public amenities for the wellbeing of the community.
7. Why Does My Assessment Tax Differ From My Neighbour?
  The difference in values for assessment tax are due to:-
• Type of Building
• Floor Area
• Location
• Construction material
• Usage
8. What is the difference between the”Assessment Tax” and” Quit Rent”.
  • The assessment tax is paid to the Local Authority and should be paid twice a year. The assessment tax bill is green in colour.
  • The quit rent is the tax imposed on privately owned lands and is compulsory to be paid once a year to the State Authority. The quit rent bill is yellow in colour.


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