2017 instalment payment changes
All property tax accounts paid through the Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP) are reviewed in November to determine the amount of the monthly payment from Jan. 1 to June 1 of the next year. More TIPP changes information.
The Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP) is a popular program that allows you to pay your property tax on a monthly basis instead of one payment in June. Your payment automatically comes out of your chequing account the first day of every month, making budgeting easier and eliminating the risk of a 7% penalty.
Overview - Find out more about the Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP) and how it works.
Need a copy of your tax bill? Tax bills not available online. Contact Property Tax for a copy of your bill.
Join TIPP now
- Request an agreement - Find out how to join the program and request a TIPP agreement.
- Return your completed agreement - Return your completed TIPP agreement using our secure online submission form.
- Make an initial payment - If an initial payment is needed, it cannot be made by TIPP automatic withdrawal from your chequing account. Use one of the other property tax payment options.
What else should I know about TIPP
Changing banks or bank accounts - Change banks or bank accounts for your TIPP payments using our secure online form.
Cancel TIPP - Cancel (terminate) your participation in TIPP using our secure online form.
Non-payment and service charges - Miss a TIPP payment or have a dishonoured TIPP payment?
Buying or selling a property - Buying a new property? On TIPP but selling your property?
Supplementary taxes and tax adjustments - Did you receive a Supplementary tax bill? Were your taxes adjusted? Find out how TIPP is affected.
More property tax information
TIPP Bylaw 9M2002
Property tax - Find out more about how property tax is calculated, local improvements, supplementary tax bills and school support.
Property Tax Assistance Program - A credit/rebate to assist low-income homeowners, regardless of age.
Alberta Seniors Property Tax Deferral - Allows eligible senior homeowners to defer all or part of their property taxes through a low-interest home equity loan with the Alberta government.
Contact Property Tax
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