Pay Property taxes (Real Estate, Motor Vehicle & Personal/tangible property) in Pawtucket, RI online using this service. 

Pawtucket Real Estate and Tangible Tax Bills are mailed annually in late June every year. You will need your Property Tax ID or Account Number to access and pay your bill online.

FAQs

Why can't I pay on my current year taxes now, and pay the prior years at a later date?

Per the Pawtucket's City Charter, all prior year taxes must be paid before payments can be accepted on current year taxes.

How is a penalty assessed for Pawtucket Property taxes?

Per Pawtucket City Charter, 363-52, Interest shall be charged at a rate of 13% annum on the outstanding balance due on delinquent real estate, tangible, and excise taxes.

Interest accruing on delinquent real estate, tangible, and excise taxes shall commence following the original due date of the bill (July15). Thereafter, any delinquencies through, and no later than, the end of the month following the due date of an annual or quarterly payment shall be calculated from the due date of that specific quarter up to and including the date of payment. However, any delinquencies on or beyond the first of the month following the due date of a quarterly payment shall be calculated from the original date of the bill (July15) up to and including the date of payment.

This year, I received a tax bill. In the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarters, in the area entitled “total due this quarter”, there is no figure. Why is that?

Any City of Pawtucket tax with an annual amount of $ 99.99 or less is paid once, in full in July. If the quarterly amounts have zeros on the stubs, then there are no further payments due. The first quarterly amount would also be the entire balance of the bill. If there were other payments needed, the quarterly amounts of each stub would have a figure.

What is ITOP, and why did I receive this Green Letter?

ITOP stands for Income Tax Refund Offset Program, under R.I.G.L. § 42-142-7 this program allows for the Division of Taxation to intercept state income tax refunds and apply them to outstanding liabilities owed to governmental entities.  This program doesn't affect your Federal Income Tax Refund. 

You are noted as having an outstanding Motor Vehicle Tax balance(s) due within the tax years of 2009 to 2017, which means that there is a balance(s) due for one, multiple, or all of these years.

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