That is, don’t forget to pay the second half of your 2016 property taxes. As I explain when asked about it, which seemingly happens a lot, property taxes in Arizona are paid in arrears. The first half of the taxes for the current year is due in October (delinquent if not paid by November 1). The second half isn’t due until April of the following year (delinquent if not paid by May 1).
It’s easy to forget about the second half, perhaps in part because you don’t pay it until the year for which it is paid is long over, but also no doubt because you get the bill about eight months before the second half is due and the county treasurer doesn’t send any reminder. I always put a reminder on my calendar to make sure I don’t forget about it.
More information can be found on the web site of the Pima County Treasurer.
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