Mysore City Corporation to launch drive to collect taxes
MCC is opening counters at various places across 65 wards for the purpose.
Nov 04, 2012
Source : The Times of India

MYSORE: Mysore City Corporation will soon launch a monthlong drive wherein its officials go to the residents to collect various taxes. The residents have the option to pay their taxes like water tax, property tax or renew trade licences and can get one too if they don't have one.

MCC is opening counters at various places across 65 wards for the purpose. The counters will have bankers from State Bank of Mysore, Vijaya Bank, ING Vysya and Syndicate Bank. "Taxpayers can pay in cash, DD or through cheque," MCC commissioner M R Ravi said on Friday.

The taxpayers have been asked to take essential documents to avail the services to be provided to them from November 5. During the drive, property taxpayers will be allotted a unique number that is attached to their property. "This can also be used to pay property tax online," Ravi added.


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