Smith County 2021 Property Taxes Due January 31, 2022

With 2022 in full swing, Americans are busy tying loose ends on 2021 taxes. For the Texas residents of Smith County, the January 31 deadline to pay property taxes is quickly looming. Fortunately, the adoption of technology might make paying those fees just a little bit easier this year. Last week, Smith County’s Tax Assessor-Collector, […]
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Will Maine Use its Revenue Surplus to Lower Taxes?

Maine is among several states to have upcoming tax revenue surpluses. The state will receive this boon–to the tune of $822 million–over the next two years. Politicians, however, aren’t yet sure what they will use the money for. Since 2022 is a primary election year, this topic has become the center of attention for those […]
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Wisconsin’s Drop in Tax Rank One of the Largest in the Nation

Wisconsin has seen its taxes as a share of income drop between 1999 and 2019, making the state one among those with the highest decline in tax revenue from tax-paying residents. Various factors have played into the overall decline in the tax burden, including the limits on property tax increases, school district revenues, and a reduction in the amount of money spent on pension […]
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Property Tax Deadlines Approaching in Clarke County, AL

End-of-year deadlines are right around the corner, with real and personal property taxes in Clarke County, Alabama due by Dec. 31, 2021.  As some may be aware, the Revenue Commissioner’s Office is closed Friday, Dec. 31. That gives residents additional time to get those payments in. If your account is paid in full on or […]
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Greene County Delayed Property Tax Bills Still Due By Dec 31

For those expecting their property tax reminder in the mail, Greene County, Missouri residents may miss it. Paper versions of tax statements are running behind in distribution. Copies of all real estate and personal property tax statements are accessible through countycollector.com. Although residents were able to pay their taxes late last year due to the […]
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New Hampshire Property Tax Increases Value

An increase in New Hampshire’s assessed property value could be the main cause of a large-scale relocation that happened during the Pandemic. As some New Hampshire homeowners have recently learned, the residential assessed property value grew rapidly over the past two years. People living in metropolitan areas like New York City fled for smaller communities, […]
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California Tax Statement Deadlines Approaching

Each year, California residents will receive a property tax statement from the County Treasurer. Those statements include two stubs: Installment 1 is due on November 1 and becomes delinquent on December 10. Installment 2 is due on February 1 and becomes delinquent on April 10.   Bear in mind, if a delinquency date falls on […]
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Property Tax Bill Delays in 14 New Mexico Counties

A state law, known as the Local Elections Act (House Bill 407-2019) was delayed at the top of November due to a mill levy question presented on the ballot. The results of those votes determined how much New Mexico property owners would owe this year. The mill levy question resulted in delayed mailing and due […]
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