IMI: Payment of the second installment starts today

Deepak Gupta August 1, 2022
Updated 2022/08/01 at 8:59 AM

The Municipal Property Tax (IMI) rates are set annually by the Municipalities in the area where the buildings are located. Payment of IMI can be made in full or in installments.

Payment of the second installment of IMI starts today. Know what you have to do.

You taxpayers with an IMI value of more than 500 euros and who did not opt ​​for full payment of the tax in Maycan start paying the second installment of the tax from today.

For the rest, the payment is divided into two or three installments, to be paid in May and November or May, August and November, if their value is between, respectively, 100 and 500 euros or exceeds 500 euros.

According to data from the Tributary and Customs Authority (AT), of the total settlements issued, there are 679,435 with a value above 500 euros, whose second installment can be paid from today until the end of this month if the owners concerned have not opted for full payment in May.

According to the official source of AT this year (for IMI for 2021) a total of 580,811 settlement notes worth more than 100 euros were paid in full in May, on time.

This number represents an increase of 3.85% compared to those who last year used this option to pay the Municipal Property Tax in a single payment.

How do you know if you owe IMI?

To access the IMI collection notes, simply go to the Menu > Property tax and then choose the option Consult Billing Notes

Then choose the year

Finally, just analyze if there is any type of payment to be made in the next few days.

The IMI rates are set annually by the municipalities, in a range between 0.3% and 0.45% (for urban buildings), and it is up to them to decide on the adhesion to the family IMI, a mechanism that gives a discount to resident families, or on the application of increased rates on vacant or dilapidated buildings.

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