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Real Estate and Personal Property Due Dates/Penalties and Interest

Real Estate and Personal Property taxes are mailed in April and November. Installment bills are available online at Taxpayers can sign up for paperless real estate and personal property tax bills at Installment bills are due on or before June 5th and on or before December 5th. If the due date falls on a weekend or legal holiday, payments are due on the first business day following the due date. Payment must be received by the due date indicated on the original tax bill to avoid a late payment penalty. Envelopes with the USPS postmark, not a postal meter stamp, dated on or before the due date are considered on time for installment bills only. Envelopes with the USPS postmark dated after the due date are late. County residents making electronic payments directly from their bank account should allow sufficient time for their payment to reach the County’s bank account on or before the due date. Consult your bill paying service for their recommended number of days for payment to reach the County. Electronic payments received in the County’s bank account after the due date are late.

A late payment of 10% is assessed for all tax payment received after the due date. The late filing penalty is 10% of the total personal property tax if the Personal Property Return is not filed by the Due Date shown on the return. Interest, at a 4% annual rate, begins to accrue on the unpaid balance on the first of the month following the due date.

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