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Council Tax

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14 Oct 12 #360896 by Mr S
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If your ex moves out get straight on the phone to your council tax office and claim your right to the single persons discount, it''s 25% off your council tax bill straight away

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14 Oct 12 #360905 by SilverFir
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If you do, are you (as the occupying householder) then assuming responsibility for paying the 75% Council Tax?

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14 Oct 12 #360914 by Mr S
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Yes of course. You''d need to be the bill payer. If your partner has moved out and still pays the bills then this tip would not be for you.

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