If you are an Arizona property owner, don’t forget that your property tax payment for the first half of 2018 must be postmarked no later than November 1, or delivered to the County Treasurer’s office by 5 p.m. that day. Here’s the law on it:
42-18052. Due dates and times; delinquency
That’s pretty clear, isn’t it? The first half of your property taxes must be paid by November 1 of the tax year, and the second half must be paid by May 1 of the following year, unless the taxes for your property are $100 or less, in which case you have to pay the whole amount by November 1 of the tax year.
If you don’t pay by November 1, you will have to pay interest:
42-18053. Interest on delinquent taxes; exceptions
So if you don’t pay the first half amount by November 1, there’s an exception that allows you to avoid paying interest on the unpaid amount, if you pay the full year amount by December 31
You’ll find more information, including a link to a page for making your payment online (if your property is in Pima County) at the Pima County Treasurer’s web site.
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