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  • I would like to know the effect on a district council's budget when the number of residents eligible for council tax exemption soars. Do councils get a top up from the government equal to the amount lost for every resident who claims exemption? Even the effect of young adults living at home instead of moving into their own places must reduce the level of council tax being paid. And Norwich misses out on council tax from all the houses occupied by students-if they were in university provided halls all the houses could be occupied by those contributing council tax. The burden of the tax is falling upon fewer and fewer people.

    Daisy Roots

    Monday, February 25, 2013

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