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Council Tax - How Do I Pay?

You can pay your Council Tax by using one of the following payment-methods:

Direct Debit

If you want to pay your Council Tax by Direct Debit all you need is a Bank or Building Society account from which direct debit payments can be made.

Standing Order

You can also pay by Standing Order, to do this you must tell your bank the correct amount to pay on the due date. The amount paid by Standing Order must be revised by you each time the amount of Council Tax payable by you changes (e.g. at the start of each new financial year). For further information contact us, or download a standing order mandate

Post Office / PayPoint Outlet

Your Council Tax bill can be paid at any PayPoint outlet External website logo or Post Office External website logo using a personalised plastic payment-card, provided you already have one. Further information on payment at a Post Office / PayPoint Outlet can be found here, or alternatively contact us

Home Banking

If making a payment by this method, using your bank's service, you must quote the Moray Council's bank's sorting code 80-06-66 and bank account number 00111580. Please also ensure you quote your Council Tax account number, as shown on your bill.

Other Methods of Payments

Go to Making Payments to the Council to find out about:

  • Automated Telephone Payments
  • Credit and Debit Cards
  • Cheque
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Customer Contact Team
Council Offices
High Street
Elgin
IV30 1BX

Tel: 01343 563456

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