Online tax centre launched by City of Mississauga

An online tax centre was launched yesterday by the City of Mississauga, which will allow residents to access self-serve tax services.

It will also allow online users to access a variety of tax services on the City’s Web site. These services include: viewing tax account details and tax and assessment information, ability to change “Preauthorized Tax Payment” plan, and purchase tax certificates.

Jeff Jackson, director of revenue & materiel management with the City of Mississauga, said that the ability for residents to access tax services online is just another way their department has enhanced service delivery. “This new initiative will offer residents and visitors a convenient, quick and simple alternative to standing in line.”

The new online tax self-service tax centre can be accessed at:

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