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26/04/2018 4:40pm

If you’re a homeowner on a low income, we really need to chat…

We’re concerned some of our ratepayers could be missing out on hundreds of dollars of savings on their rates bill per year because they haven’t applied for a rates rebate. The maximum rebate this year is $620.

To get at least some of the $620, for someone paying an average amount of residential rates in Hauraki, your annual household income would need to be $35,000 or less. If your rates are higher than average, then you could earn more than $35,000 and still get a rebate. You’re also allowed an extra $500 income for each dependent person in your household.

If this sounds like it might apply to you, phone us to make an appointment with one of our friendly customer services team and find out how much you can save today.

If you have arrears on your rates bill, our customer services team can help sort that out too.

Read more about rates rebates