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CONTENTS

1 How to live during the rainy season
2 The Event Calendar Funabashi 2011
3 Safety of Japanese Water and  Foodstuffs Is Ensured
4 Energy Saving
5 Cautions for blackouts
6 Jishin Hoken or Earthquake Insurance
7 My Experience of East-Japan Earthquake and Its Lessons
8 My Experience of East-Japan Earthquake and Its Lessons?
9 Did you pay civil taxes first due in June?
10Japanese Cooking~Sushi-rice with dried tiny sardines~
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Did you pay civil taxes first due in June?


What are civil taxes?

There are several kinds of taxes all residents have to pay to the Japanese government. These include income tax (paid to the national government), prefectural tax (paid to the prefectural government) and civil taxes (such as the municipal tax and fixed property tax etc.). Civil taxes are shared by the residents to fund administrative services to ensure a comfortable life for residents.

Tax assessment

People living in Funabashi City including foreign residents as of January 1 and had income in the previous year are required to report the amount of their income by March 15. Company employees have this tax deducted from their salary and their employer takes care of this tax payment.

Payment procedure

Payment falls due in four times by the end of each month, June, August, October and January of the following year. A tax notice and payment slip will be mailed to the tax payer by City Office in June. You can make your payment at any major bank for payment slip. If the payment is made on or before the due date, you can make your payment slips with barcode or postal money transfers at any convenience store or at a Japan Post Bank.

To those leaving Japan (Temporally and/or Permanent)

Please contact Shiminzei-ka (Civil Tax Section- Telephone: 436-2212) for those who are leaving Japan. People who have any queries on Civil Taxes also can call to Shiminzei-ka (Civil Tax Section- Telephone: 436-2212)

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