Business rates - a national tax collected by local councils
Business rates (non-domestic rates) is a means by which businesses and others who occupy non-domestic properties contribute towards the cost of local services.
This money, together with revenue from council tax payers and the revenue support grant provided by the government, is used to pay for local services.
You might be entitled to a reduction and may be interested in finding out more:
- Charitable relief
- Hardship relief
- Small business rates relief
- Relief for public houses
- Local reliefs
Last updated: 27/02/2023 12:06