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Business rates are a tax set by the government and are charged on business properties.
There a number of different methods to pay your Business Rates, including Direct Debits.
Late or non-payment of Business Rates could result in count action and an increase in Council Tax.
Depending on certain circumstances, businesses can be entitled to reliefs or exemptions to help with their Business Rates.
You can check, challenge or appeal against the current Rateable Value for your business property.
Tell us if you've acquired a commercial property, vacating a property or changing the company name.
If your business is within the Business Improvement District (BID), you need to pay a BID levy in addition to your Business Rate.