Notice for Notaries
Subscribing to TFP Internet Site
Riverside School Board provides an Internet service to access and use data pertaining to school taxes. You may register to the consultation site by completing and signing the Agreement Form for use of confidential information.
Once signed, please send by email to email@example.com or by fax to 450 465-8809.
After receiving your complete form, we will send you all necessary information to access TFP Internet.
A fee of $ 20 will be charged per consultation. You may consult your file at all times to view your statement.
Any delay in payment of the required fees will result in an interruption of service.
INFORMATION FOR TAXPAYERS CONCERNING SCHOOL TAXES
AMENDMENTS TO SCHOOL TAXATION
According to Article 310 of the Education Act adopted December 14th, 2006, the school board, beginning in 2007-2008, averages the increase over a two, three or four year period in order to alleviate the impact of the considerable escalation of municipal property evaluations.
This Act is also instrumental in limiting the increase of school taxes imposed on municipal taxpayers to the average growth of the expenditures of the school board.
2018-2019 School Taxes
* 2018 Special Message for taxpayers
At the meeting of the Council of Commissioners held on June 26, 2018, the following resolutions were adopted:
- The Riverside School Board budget for 2018-2019. The tax rate has been set by the Gouverment of Quebec at $0.17832 per $100 of equalized valuation. For more information, please visit the Éducation et Enseignement supérieur website.
- Payment of school taxes by two installments (August 8 and November 7, 2018) if your bill is equal or greater than $ 300;
- Interest rate to be assessed on arrears is 15%.
RECEIPT OF THE SCHOOL TAX BILL
School tax bill will be sent by mail on July 5, 2018. The period covered by the school tax bill corresponds to the school year; July 1st to June 30th of the following year. School tax bill contains two coupons and arrears are added on the 1st installment.
If your school tax account is less than $2.00, you do not have to pay it. Bill 166 An Act to reform the school tax system requires school boards to send taxpayers their tax bill, even at $0.00.
- Electronic system (internet or telephone);
- Directly at your financial institution;
- Courier, using the response envelope included with your invoice;
- Through your mortgage broker, if they offer this service.
The tax counter is no longer available to receive payments since July 1st, 2012.
However, the information counter remains open for a taxpayer who has questions regarding his/her tax account (change of address or any other additional information).
Business hours are Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (noon) and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
You can reach us by telephone at 450 672-4010 ext. 5070 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Obtain direct access to your school tax bill on the following website: https://secure.rsb.qc.ca/tfpinternet
Click on - VISITOR - to access the tax roll and your school tax bill.
FRENCH OR ENGLISH LANGUAGE SCHOOL BOARD?
- If your children attend a school under the jurisdiction of Riverside School Board, you must pay school taxes to Riverside School Board (Education Act, Section 304).
- If your children attend schools under the jurisdiction of Riverside School Board AND a school under the jurisdiction of a French school board, you must pay school taxes to both school boards. The school taxes are proportional to the number of children admitted to each school board (Education Act, Section 304).
- If you do not have children attending a school under the jurisdiction of a French or English school board, you may pay school taxes to the school board of your choice. Such a choice must be submitted in writing by April 1st. However, if you have not specified a preference, and your name is registered on the electoral list of a particular school board, you must pay school taxes to that school board (Education Act, Sections 305 and 306).
NEW OR PREVIOUS OWNER?
- If you are the new owner of a property, you must pay the tax bill even if it is addressed to the previous owner in order to avoid paying interest charges, and inform us of the name of the new owner.
- If you have sold your property in recent months, return your tax bill to us as soon as possible with the mention “SOLD”.
No official receipt will be issued. It is recommended that you retain the upper part of your tax bill for your records as it may be of use for your provincial income tax declaration.
Bank administration charges for NSF cheques will be applied to the school tax bill, as well as administration fees for the withdrawal or deferral of postdated cheques.