Property and Tangible Tax Payments
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Taxes & Assessments
Under Florida Statute 197, the Tax Collector has the responsibility for the collection of ad valorem taxes and non-ad valorem tax assessments. These are levied by the county, municipalities, and various taxing authorities in the county. Taxes are based on the assessed value and the millage of each taxing authority.
Real Estate taxes become delinquent on April 1st of each year. After real estate taxes have become delinquent, they are advertised in a local newspaper and the advertising and collection cost is added proportionately to each delinquent tax bill.
The 2018 Delinquent Tangible Personal Property and Real Estate Taxes will be published in the Heritage Florida Jewish News. Please visit their website, www.heritagefl.com, to view.
Property Tax Payments
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