Due to the increase in public prices, etc., a comprehensive real estate tax (deposit tax) bill that is more than twice that of last year has been poured out in 3 districts of Gangnam, but even for apartments with the same price, the tax burden is lowered to 70% depending on the period of possession and age.

At the beginning of this year, a 39-year-old A, who acquired an apartment with an official price of 1.65 billion won through a loan that has been raised to the soul, is 2.71 million won.

By comparison, 75-year-old B, who owns the same-price apartment for 15 years, has 810,000 won.

This is because I received a 70% tax credit for long-term holdings and senior citizens.

C (49) and D (85), which have houses with the same official price of 3.84 billion won, were also notified at 2.64 million won and 700,000 won respectively.

C had less than 5 years of holding and did not receive any deductions, but D, like B, received a 70% tax credit.

These are examples of the National Tax Service's announcement of this year's final tax notice today (25th).

This year's long-term deduction rate for one house owner applies 20% for 5-10 years, 40% for 10-15 years, and 50% for 15 years or more.

The deduction for senior citizens is ▲ 60-65 years old 10% ▲ 65-70 years old 20% ▲ 70 years old 30%.

The two deductions can be combined and the maximum deduction rate is 70%.

Next year, the deduction rate for the elderly will increase by 10 percentage points (p), and the combined deduction limit will also increase to 80%.

This year, 393,000 residents of Seoul were notified of KRW 1,1886 billion as a tax for housing.

The average tax per capita was 3.10 million won, up 8% from last year (2.7 million won).

81% of the number of people notified of tax for housing this year are residents of Seoul and Gyeonggi Province, and the amount notified to them accounts for 82% of the total amount of tax notified for housing.

Seoul (393,000 people), Gyeonggi (147,000 people), Busan (23,000 people), Daegu (20,000 people), Incheon (13,000 people) , Daejeon (11,000 people), and all other attempts were less than 10,000.

The tax amount notified by province and province is Seoul (KRW 1,1886 billion), Gyeonggi (KRW 260.6 billion), Gyeongnam (KRW 18.9 billion), Jeju (KRW 49.2 billion), Busan (KRW 44.5 billion), and Incheon ( 24.2 billion won).

Unlike property tax, the tax is levied by taxpayer, so the rate of increase in the number of people or the amount of tax does not match the trend of property prices in each region.

In Gyeongnam and Jeju, there are only 8,000 and 5,000 people, respectively, but their average tax per capita is 13.61 million won and 9.84 million won, far more than the other 14 provinces.

In Seoul, the amount of tax notified per capita of those notified of the tax for housing payments is 3,200,000 won, and in other regions it is estimated to be 1.1 million to 2.33 million won.

Daejeon (57.1%), Gangwon (50.0%), and Gwangju (40.0%) showed a relatively high rate of increase.

In Jeju (244.1%), Daejeon (100.0%), and Gyeongnam (62.1%), the tax amount increased noticeably.

In Ulsan, there was no change in the number of people notified, and the amount of tax notified was the only one out of 16 provinces (-30.8%).