Every state, county has different deadlines. Surely, you don’t need to have these deadlines memorized, but it’s good to know where you can find them. So pin this page to your Pinterest Board or bookmark this page to come back to it, should you need it.Notes: If a due date falls on a legal holiday or weekend, payments are considered timely if received on the next business day. Redemption of Taxes – Tax redemption payments must be received by the Treasurer’s Office on or before the last business day of the month.
Property taxes are collected in arrears. Tax statements will be mailed before the end of the month. When you receive this statement, do not pay it until you have spoken with your loan officer to make sure that this is necessary. Most likely your mortgage company has collected these property taxes all years and put in reserve, therefore the money is readily available and will be paid out of that account by the mortgage company. Understanding your Assessment.
The first half tax payment is due the last day of February. Payment must be received by the Treasurer’s Office or bear an official United States Postal Service postmark of the last day of February. Again make sure that BEFORE you pay, your taxes are NOT paid by your lender.
Senior tax deferral applications are due in our office the last day of March. Find information about the Senior Property Tax Exemption Program.
The full tax payment option is due on or before April 30th. Payment must be received by the Treasurer’s Office or bear an official United States Postal Service postmark dated no later than April 30.
The second half tax payment is due. Payment must be received by the Treasurer’s Office or bear an official United States Postal Service postmark dated no later than June 15. Unpaid taxes become delinquent as of June 16.
Delinquent tax notices are mailed. Applicable delinquent interest and other charges shall apply to delinquent payments.
If a lien has been sold for unpaid prior year taxes the tax lien purchaser will be allowed to pay current year taxes, thus increasing the amount of the existing tax lien sale certificate of purchase.
Delinquent personal property and mobile home taxes must be received in the Treasurer’s Office by close of business August 23 to avoid publication in a local newspaper in September.
After August 31st all delinquent payments must be made in cash or certified funds.
Delinquent real estate taxes must be received in the Treasurer’s Office by close of business September 10 to avoid publication in a local newspaper on September 25, October 2 and October 9.
Personal property and mobile home delinquent taxes will be published on September 4 and October 30.
October 18th is the last day to pay real estate taxes to avoid a lien being sold at the annual tax lien sale. The annual tax lien sale will be held October 23 and 24, 2013. See Tax Lien Sale for more information.
Personal property taxes that remain unpaid as of October 1st will be subject to distraint, seizure and sale to satisfy taxes due.
November 8th is the last day to pay delinquent mobile home taxes to avoid inclusion in the mobile home tax lien sale held on November 13th.
Prepayment of taxes due next year must be received by noon on the last business day of this month. Any payments received after noon on the last business day will bear a receipt date of the following year.
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