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Your council tax bill explained

A guide to help you understand your council tax bill.

Council Tax Bill Explained

What each numbered section means

1This is your personal reference number.  You must have this number to hand to talk to us about your bill.
2Date your council tax bill was printed. Any payments made after this date will not be shown on this bill.
3Barcode used to Pay your Council Tax at your local Post Office or Pay Point.
4Name of the person or party responsible for paying the bill.
5The billing address.
6Which council tax band your property is in.
7Your address if it is different to the billing address.
8Other people jointly liable to pay council tax at the address not included in part 4.
9The total amount payable minus any deductions applied.
10This is how much council tax you need to pay for the year or part of the year, and includes details of any reductions.
11Here are details of instalments, amounts due and dates of when you need to pay each instalment.
12How you pay your bill, for example direct debit.
13The reason for notification of the council tax bill.
14Any balance outstanding for other years.
15Your contribution towards council services, the county council services (Lincolnshire County Council), the police service (Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner), your local precept contribution (Parish Precept) and contribution towards Adult Social Care Supplement.