Just a friendly reminder that the first installment of your property taxes are due soon, December 10th. In fact, they are actually due November first but are not delinquent until the 10th of December. The second installment is Due February 1st but not delinquent until April 10th. The trick in real estate school to remember that is No Darn Fooling Around (November December February and April).
Taxes due soon for Sacramento County property owners
Sacramento County property owners are reminded that the first installment of theirproperty tax bill is due Dec. 10.
The secured annual property tax bill is mailed only once each year, by Nov. 1, and can be paid in two installments. The last day to pay the first and second installments without penalty is Dec. 10 and April 10, respectively.
Supplemental, additional, escaped or corrected assessment bills may be issued in addition to the annual tax bill.
Property owners who recently purchased the property for a lesser value, or who are disputing theassessed value with the Assessor's Office, must still pay the annual tax bill by the delinquent date to avoid the addition of penalties, according to a county news release.
Those who have not received their tax bill may print tax bill payment stubs, obtain tax amounts and due dates online at www.eproptax.saccounty.net. Additional information may be obtained by calling a 24-hour automated system at (916) 874-6622. Select Option 1. Tax specialists are available to assist callers during regular business hours, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. © Copyright The Sacramento Bee. All rights reserved.