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Collection Fund Financial Glossary

What is it? A fund managed by the billing authority (District Council) to receive Business Rates income and Council Tax income. It is also used to make payments to the national business rates pool and to pay a share of council tax collected to the County Council, Police Authority, District Council and Parish Councils.

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