Mecklenburg County will mail 2021 bills for real property, individual personal property, and business personal property taxes on August 2, 2021. Bills are due Sept. 1, 2021 and must be paid by Jan. 5, 2022 to avoid interest.
This year, approximately 462,000 tax bills will be mailed to taxpayers throughout the County. For certain properties whose tax records or value are under an informal or formal appeal, the respective tax bills will be subsequently mailed.
All tax bills paid on or after Jan. 6, 2022 will be assessed interest at a rate of 2% for January. Additional interest in the amount of 0.75% will be charged for February and every month thereafter until paid. Any taxpayer who may have difficulty paying their bill is encouraged to contact the Office of the Tax Collector in August. It is imperative that taxpayers do not wait until December or after the bill is delinquent to express concern with their ability to pay.
For those with mortgage escrow accounts, their real property tax bills are sent directly to the mortgage holder for payment, with the owner receiving a property tax notification from the Office of the Tax Collector.
There are five ways to pay your tax bill:
*Mecklenburg County is absorbing service fees for credit and debit card payments at this time and is subject to change. There is no service fee for eCheck payments.
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