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For Multiple Properties only:
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How to Estimate your Land Tax Liability for 2011-12



What types of properties in Tasmania are exempt from land tax?



A land owner’s principal place of residence and primary production land.

How do I estimate my land tax liability for 2011-12 if my land is located in one of these local council areas and is being re-valued by the Valuer-General in 2011:


  • Derwent Valley
  • Dorset
  • Flinders
  • Glamorgan-Spring Bay
  • Glenorchy
  • King Island
  • Launceston
  • Tasman
  • Waratah-Wynyard

You will be able to estimate your land tax liability when you receive your valuation notice from the Valuer-General’s Office (generally by July).

When your valuation notice arrives:

1. Take a note of the figure for Land Value
2. Enter the figure in the top line of the calculator, and click ‘calculate’ for an estimate of your land tax liability.

My property is not being re-valued by the Valuer-General in 2011. How do I estimate my land tax liability for 2011-12?



1. Go to the LIST external link icon and enter the details for the address of your land.

2. Click the ‘Submit Enquiry’ button – this will open to a new screen.

3. Click the ‘Get Valuation Adjustment Factors’ button.

4. Take a note of the figure for your Adjusted Land Value – see the example below.



5. Enter the figure into the top line of the SRO land tax calculator, and click ‘calculate’ for an estimate of your land tax liability.

I own several pieces of land that are taxable. How do I estimate my combined land tax liability for 2011-12?



1. Go to the LIST external link icon and enter the details for the address of your land. Click the ‘submit enquiry’ button – this will open to a new screen.

2. Click the ‘Get Valuation Adjustment Factors’ button.

3. Take a note of the figure for the Adjusted Land Value.


4. Follow the above three steps until you have the figures for all your taxable properties.

5. Add those amounts and enter the result into the top line of the SRO land tax calculator. Click ‘calculate’ for an estimate of your total land tax liability.

Having calculated the total land tax liability for your combined properties, you may want to estimate the land tax liability for each parcel of land. Enter the Assessed Land Value of the property in the ‘Individual land value’ box and click calculate.

Disclaimer



The Land Tax Act 2000 does not provide for apportionment of land tax to individual land. This calculation is provided for information purposes only. You are directed to a disclaimer and copyright notice external link icon governing the information provided.


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