How and when do you pay property taxes in Florida?
Every fall in Florida, county property appraisers send out notices of proposed property taxes. If you’re a property owner, you’ve probably received one of these in the mail. These notices detail what you could owe, and they’re not the actual property tax bill.
You’ll receive your official property tax bill November 1st, and you’ll pay the least amount if you pay within the first month.
Your bill will contain several ways to pay your county tax collector: online, by phone, or snail mail.
Property taxes become delinquent if they’re unpaid by April 1st of the following year and could incur late fees and interest on top of what you owe, so be sure to pay your property taxes on time each November.
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