Posts Tagged ‘disabled’

Final installment due on July 31 for Disabled or Senior Citizens

Published by Research Editor on July 24th, 2013 - in Taxes

Are you paying your property taxes in installments? Your final payment is due next week! Hurry and send in 1/4 of your property tax bill for 2012.

Remember, you can always pay extra, but don’t get behind! Failing to pay the full 1/4 of your taxes will earn you interest and a 6% penalty on the unpaid amount.

If you are having difficulty paying your installments, consider a property tax loan among your options.

Third installment due on May 31 for Disabled or Senior Citizens

Published by Research Editor on May 24th, 2013 - in Taxes

Are you paying your property taxes in installments? Your third payment is due next week! Hurry and send in 1/4 of your 2012 property tax bill.

Remember, you can always pay extra, but don’t get behind! Failing to pay the full 1/4 of your taxes will earn you interest and a 6% penalty on the unpaid amount.

If you are having difficulty paying your installments, consider a property tax loan among your options.

Second installment due on March 31 for Disabled or Senior Citizens

Published by Research Editor on March 16th, 2013 - in Taxes

Are you paying your property taxes in installments? Your second payment is due next week! Hurry and send in 1/4 of your property tax bill for 2012.

Remember, you can always pay extra. If you get behind, though, you will earn interest and a 6% penalty on the unpaid amount.

If you are having difficulty paying your installments, consider a property tax loan among your options.

First Installment due on January 31 for Disabled or Senior Citizens

Published by Research Editor on January 24th, 2013 - in Taxes

Are you paying your property taxes in installments? Your first payment is due next week! Hurry and send in 1/4 of your 2012 property tax bill, along with a note that you will pay the rest of the taxes in installments.

Remember, you can always pay extra. If you get behind, though, you will earn interest and a 6% penalty on the unpaid amount.

If you are having difficulty paying your installments, consider a property tax loan among your options.

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