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FAQs

What if I still do not pay my taxes?

A distraint warrant could be served by the Sheriff.

What is a Distraint Warrant?

A distraint warrant is a document that is served by the Sheriff, indicating the amount due and date to be paid by and stating you are not to remove or destroy any property in the business. If taxes are still not paid, property could be seized, advertised and sold at an advertised sale.

Do I have to pay more if my business is served with a Distraint Warrant?

Yes, there will be an additional $50 fee added to your taxes.

How long do I have before the personal property tax is advertised?

Personal property taxes are advertised in September. The advertising dates vary from year to year. It's best to pay before September 1 to avoid advertising charges.