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FAQs

Details of delinqueny ?

Real estate taxes become delinquent each year on April 1st. Delinquent taxes must be paid by cash, cashier’s check, money order, or debit/credit card (convenience fees will apply). Payment amount is determined by the date payment is received in our office. Postmark does NOT apply. Florida Statute requires the Tax Collector to advertise the delinquent parcels in a local newspaper once a week for three consecutive weeks prior to the tax certificate sale. The advertisement shall specify the place, date and time of sale, the amount due on each parcel, the person in whose name the property is assessed and shall include no less than the legal description as shown on the tax roll.

Can i make partial payment?

Loss of Discount - The account is no longer eligible for discount, even if the balance is paid in full during a discount period. A $10 processing fee is added to each partial payment. If taxes are escrowed and paid by a mortgage company, a partial payment should not be made. Accounts making Installment payments should not make a partial payment. Partial payments are accepted November 1st - March 31st of the current tax year. Postmark does apply. Any unpaid balance remaining on April 1st will be subject to delinquent tax processes (advertising and tax certificate sale or tax warrant). If you wish to make a partial payment please contact our Tax Department at 904-491-7420 or by email at taxes@nassautaxes.com. Partial payments may be made in person, by mail or online once the account is set up.

Why did my taxes go up?

An increase in the assessed value of the property or the loss of an exemption are common changes that affect the tax amount. The Property Appraiser's office determines the assessed value and exemptions on the tax roll. If you need to discuss these amounts, contact the Property Appraiser's office or visit their website www.nassauflpa.com.

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