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The Township of Chisholm sends out two tax bills a year. The “Interim Bill” is mailed out at the beginning of March and is payable in two installments: one at the end of March and the second one at the end of May. This bill is always one half of the previous year’s taxes.

The second or “Final Bill” goes out during the summer once Council approves the Budget for the year.  For this reason, due dates may vary but as a rule they would be end of August and end of October.

Taxes can also be paid on a monthly basis with postdated cheques or can be paid through Internet or Telephone Banking.

Should a receipt be required at the end of the year for Income Tax purposes, don’t hesitate to contact the office to have one mailed out to you.

The Township of Chisholm sends out two tax bills a year. The “Interim Bill” is mailed out at the beginning of March and is payable in two installments: one at the end of March and the second one at the end of May. This bill is always one half of the previous year’s taxes.

The second or “Final Bill” goes out during the summer once Council approves the Budget for the year. For this reason, due dates may vary but as a rule they would be end of August and end of October.   

Taxes can also be paid on a monthly basis with postdated cheques or can be paid through Internet or Telephone Banking.

Should a receipt be required at the end of the year for Income Tax purposes, don’t hesitate to contact the office to have one mailed out to you.

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