According to the official rules of Monopoly,
The owner may not collect the rent if he/she fails to ask for it before the second player following throws the dice.
Suppose Player A's property is landed on by Player B, and neither player acknowledges that rent is owed. Then Player B rolls and lands on Income Tax, and pays 10% of his/her total worth. Between Player B's turn and Player C's turn, Player A asks for the rent.
Should the game be rewound to just before Player B paid Income Tax, and the 10% figure be recalculated? Is the rent in this situation considered to be paid at the time Player A asked for it, or at the time Player B triggered the debt by landing on Player A's property?
If Player A acknowledges the debt intentionally at this time as a strategy, is there any tournament or other official precedent for disallowing or penalizing the play as bad sportsmanship? Similarly, is it legal for Player A to wait until the last possible instant to ask for rent in hopes that Player B will, i.e., purchase a house on his/her turn and then remove it to pay the rent?
If these are not disallowed, is it legal for Player B to force Player A to collect payment before Player A asks for it? Can Player B pay Player A without Player A's consent as soon as Player B lands on Player A's property, or between their turns? Can Player B perhaps even pay Player A after Player B rolls and lands on Income Tax, but before the 10% is numerically locked in?