rateable value


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rateable value

n (Brit) → steuerbarer Wert
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However, a new outfit called Rateable Value claims it can help owners avoid up to 66%of the levy.
Mr Clapham, a director in the rating department of commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton, says most Rateable Value Assessments have been increased substantially following the general Rating Revaluation, but many could be inaccurate.
Small firms in England don't pay any rates on any property with a rateable value of PS12,000 or less while in Wales it is PS6,000 or less - with a tapered system between PS6k and PS12K.
The north London club will be forced to hand over PS3.7 million this year in rates, more than any other club in the UK, after tax officials said the ground had a rateable value of PS7.19m.
The north London club will be forced to hand over PS3.7 million this year in rates, more than any other club in the UK, after officials said the ground had a rateable value of PS7.19 million.
Newcastle United's St James' Park is sixth in the list with a rateable value of PS4 million.
Under the scheme, introduced by the SNP in 2008-09, firms can get rates relief if the combined rateable value of their business premises is PS35,000 or less, and the rateable value of individual premises is PS18,000 or less.
The vote represented 71% of the total rateable value of the properties owned and managed by those who voted.
You can stay on the old scheme based on your home's rateable value. Metering pays if your household is small - probably not for bigger families.
"The main issue raised with me by local publicans is the way in which your pricing strategy is based around the rateable value of the property," she continues.