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TIPP - Cancel TIPP

If you cancel your Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP) participation, all unpaid taxes are due immediately and subject to non-payment penalties in accordance with the Penalty on Unpaid Taxes Bylaw 8M2002. To request the balance owing, contact Property Tax.

Written notification is required no later than the 22nd of the month prior to the next scheduled withdrawal to cancel your TIPP participation for any reason, including selling your property. This is to ensure your bank account is not debited for the next instalment. Cancellation requests received after the 22nd of the month will be processed after the upcoming withdrawal.

If you have missed the 22nd of the month deadline for cancellation, your bank account will be debited for the next instalment.

Note: If you are a condo owner with titled parking stall(s) or titled storage unit(s) on TIPP, be sure to include each account in your cancellation request.

 

Cancel TIPP using our secure online form:

Information needed to complete the form: your property 9 digit roll number found on all property tax documents. Can’t find your roll number? Contact Property Tax to request your roll number before completing the form.

NOTE – When you have successfully submitted your cancellation request, the screen will display a success message.  Print this screen for your records.  You will not receive an email confirmation.​

​​​​TIPP cancellation request​​​​

Cancelling TIPP due to financial concerns?

What happens if I cancel TIPP?

When you cancel TIPP, all unpaid taxes are due immediately and subject to non-payment penalties in accordance with the Penalty on Unpaid Taxes Bylaw 8M2002.

To request the balance owing, contact Property Tax.

I’m having difficulty making my monthly TIPP payment so I’m thinking of cancelling TIPP. What are my options?

There are 2 options:

  1. Remain on TIPP and continue with your monthly TIPP instalments. TIPP is offered as one payment option that makes budgeting easier.
    OR
  2. Cancel your participation in TIPP and pay using one of the other payment options. If you cancel your Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIPP) participation, all unpaid taxes are due immediately and subject to non-payment penalties in accordance with the Penalty on Unpaid Taxes Bylaw 8M2002. To request the balance owing, contact Property Tax.

If you are a residential property owner experiencing financial hardship, there are a number of programs offering assistance. Under The City's Property Tax Assistance Program, residential property owners of any age may be eligible for a credit/grant. You can find more information at calgary.ca/ptap, calgary.ca/fairentry or by calling 311 or 403-268-CITY (2489) if calling from outside Calgary.

For information on programs for seniors such as the Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program, contact the Government of Alberta at 310-0000. For more contact options visit alberta.ca/contact.

I’m not sure I can afford the monthly TIPP payment. Can I change the amount of my instalment instead of cancelling TIPP?

We are not able to modify your monthly instalment to an amount different than the instalment set by the plan’s terms and conditions.

If you are a residential property owner experiencing financial hardship, there are a number of programs offering assistance. Under The City's Property Tax Assistance Program, residential property owners of any age may be eligible for a credit/grant. You can find more information at calgary.ca/ptap, calgary.ca/fairentry or by calling 311 or 403-268-CITY (2489) if calling from outside Calgary.

For information on programs for seniors such as the Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program, contact the Government of Alberta at 310-0000. For more contact options visit alberta.ca/contact.

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