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Council Tax Info

Requested on
Mon 11th July, 2011
Reference
FOI 2121
Resolution
Information provided

Question

To enable direct comparison the information needs to be in relation to financial year 2011/12 and be as at the 31 March 2012 after all year end processes and systems rollover were completed.

1. Total value of Council Tax receipts that were allocated to 2011/12
Council Tax charges that were pre-paid before 1 April 2011 in 2010/11.

2. Total overall value of Council Tax receipts received in relation to all years Council Tax (net of refunds and any court costs paid) that were received during 2011/12

3. From question two - total value of Council Tax receipts (net of refunds and any court costs paid) that were allocated to 2011/12 Council Tax charges

4. From question two - total value of Council Tax receipts (net of refunds and any court costs paid) that were allocated to all financial year charges prior to 1 April 2011 (arrears payments).

5. From question two - total value of Council Tax receipts (net of refunds and any court costs paid) that were allocated to all financial year charges prior to 1 April 2011 (arrears payments).

6. From question two - total value of 2012/13 Council Tax receipts that were received prior to 1 April 2012 and allocated to 2012/13 financial year liabilities (2012/13 prepayments).

7. In relation to financial year 2011/12 Council Tax charges only (do not include any court costs that may have been raised):

a) The number and value of Council Tax accounts that were in credit as at 31 March 2012

b) The number and value of Council Tax accounts that had outstanding debits as at 31 March 2012

8. Net collectable debit (excluding any written off Council Tax debts) in relation to the financial year 2011/12 as at 31 March 2012

9. The value of Council Tax charges written off during 2011/12 in relation to 2011/12 charges only

10. As a general principle do you allocate any unmatched Council Tax receipts to oldest or newest debt first where arrears are present from prior financial years?

Answer

1. Total value of Council Tax receipts that were allocated to 2011/12
Council Tax charges that were pre-paid before 1 April 2011 in 2010/11.
£69,936,000 (£949,000)

2. Total overall value of Council Tax receipts received in relation to
all years Council Tax (net of refunds and any court costs paid) that were received during 2011/12 £70,633,000

3. From question two - total value of Council Tax receipts (net of
refunds and any court costs paid) that were allocated to 2011/12 Council Tax charges £69,847,000

4. From question two - total value of Council Tax receipts (net of
refunds and any court costs paid) that were allocated to all financial year charges prior to 1 April 2011 (arrears payments).
£657,000

5. From question two - total value of Council Tax receipts (net of
refunds and any court costs paid) that were allocated to all financial year charges prior to 1 April 2011 (arrears payments).
Same as question 4.

6. From question two - total value of 2012/13 Council Tax receipts
that were received prior to 1 April 2012 and allocated to 2012/13 financial year liabilities (2012/13 prepayments).
£1,078,000

7. In relation to financial year 2011/12 Council Tax charges only (do
not include any court costs that may have been raised):
a) The number and value of Council Tax accounts that were in credit as
at 31 March 2012
1986  £173,840

b) The number and value of Council Tax accounts that had outstanding
debits as at 31 March 2012
7375  £3,834,523

8. Net collectable debit (excluding any written off Council Tax debts)
in relation to the financial year 2011/12 as at 31 March 2012 £71,332,000

9. The value of Council Tax charges written off during 2011/12 in
relation to 2011/12 charges only
£12,000

10. As a general principle do you allocate any unmatched Council Tax
receipts to oldest or newest debt first where arrears are present from prior financial years?
Oldest.

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