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    Due Dates for the Current Tax Year

    Real Estate Taxes Collection Timeline, Calendar Year 2013

      

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    1st Half Collection -- February 15, 2013

    First Half 2012 Taxes (Payable Calendar Year 2013) Are Due.

    • A 5% penalty is applied to all First Half 2012 tax charges that are paid in full between February 16, 2013 and February 28, 2013.

    • A 10% penalty is applied to all First Half 2012 tax charges that have not been paid in full by February 28, 2013.

    2nd Half Collection -- July 19, 2013

    Second Half 2012 Taxes (Payable Calendar Year 2013) Are Due.

    • A 5% penalty is applied to all 2012 tax and penalty charges that are paid in full between July 20, 2013 and July 31, 2013.

    • A 10% penalty is applied to all 2012 tax and penalty charges that have not been paid in full by July 31, 2013.

    Interest Added -- August 1, 2013

    • 2% interest is added to all delinquent taxes carried over into the 2012 tax year from prior tax years that remain unpaid after July 31, 2013. Interest does not apply to unpaid 2012 tax year charges.

    • All parcels that have unpaid charges as of August 1, 2013, will be considered for a tax lien certificate sale. Parcels with unpaid current year taxes that have unredeemed tax liens sold from prior years may have current year taxes sold immediately, without bid or notification process, at 18% interest.

    Interest Added -- December 1, 2013

    • 1% interest is added for all unpaid amounts that remain due as of December 1, 2013. This includes any First or Second Half 2012 taxes and penalties that remain unpaid, as well as any past due amounts from previous tax years.

    Additional Notes:

    • Pay on time to avoid penalty.

    • Payment sent by mail is considered paid on time as long as it is postmarked (not metered) on or before the due date. • Online payments are considered paid on time if the payment process is completed by 11:59 PM on the due date.