In Davis County, each years property tax payment covers the calendar year in which the taxes are due. For example, taxes due November 30, 2015 cover taxes from January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015.
Daivs County Property taxes are due November 30 each year. However, if November 30 is on a weekend or holiday, the due date is the next business day following November 30 (i.e. If November 30 is on a Saturday, the due date would be December 2; If November 30 is on a Sunday, the due date would be December 1.
Davis County and other counties in Utah only have one payment date each year, unlike some other states that have multiple due dates. On-line and IVR tax payments are delinquent after 5:00 p.m. on the due date deadline.
What is the penalty for late payment of property taxes in Davis County, Utah?
If you send your payment in after November 30, there will be a penalty of the greater of $10.00 or 2 1/2% of the tax due for each individual parcel.
For any tax due of $400.00 or less, the penalty is $10.00.
For over $400.00 the penalty is 2 1/2%.
However, if the entire tax that was due IS PAID IN FULL on or before January 31 immediately following the date of delinquency the penalty will be reduced to the greater of $10.00 or 1% of the tax for each individual parcel. If the tax is not paid by January 31 of the year following the date the tax is due there will be interest effective January 1 following the original due date.
The interest rate is set by Utah law, based on the Federal Funds discount rate as of January 1, with a minimum rate of 7.25% and a maximum rate of 10%.
Why did I receive a tax notice if my MORTGAGE COMPANY is supposed to pay my taxes?
The Davis County Treasurer'ss office is required by law to notify you as the taxpayer/landowner what taxing entities receive your taxes. You will also notice there is a statement on the OUTSIDE of the FRONT COVER (above your address) which addresses this question.
You can also verify whether or not your taxes have been paid by looking at the davis county treasurer website and click on "Davis County Tax Record Search" and putting in your land serial number. (without dashes). Most mortgage companies use a third party tax service to pay your taxes to Davis County. If you have contacted your mortgage company and they say they have already paid your taxes, in reality they may have forwarded your tax payment to the third party tax service and the tax service has not yet paid Davis County your taxes. The above website is updated daily, so your payment will show paid within 24 hours of Davis County's receipt of your payment.
You may request that the Court allow you to perform community service in lieu of paying some, or all, of a fine for class B and C misdemeanors and infractions. Community service will be credited at a rate of $10/hour. Please contact the court to make an appearance before the judge if you would like to request community service in lieu of paying your fine. (UCA 76-3-301.7)
How is the beginning of my unemployment insurance claim determined?
Your claim is normally effective the Sunday of the week you file an application for benefits, provided you did not work full-time or have earnings equal to or in excess of your weekly benefit amount during that week.
What information is required to file for unemployment insurance claim in Utah?
Your claim is established for a 52-week period called a benefit year. It begins with the effective date of your claim and ends 52 weeks from that date. You may file for weeks you are unemployed until you have exhausted your benefits. You may also file if you have earnings from part-time employment that are less than your weekly benefit amount.
At the end of the benefit year, your claim will end whether or not you have received all your benefits. You may not file a new Utah claim for benefits until your benefit year has ended.
Is there a wage requirement to be able to receive unemployment benefits in Utah?
Yes! To determine your unemployment amount, you must have earned wages in two or more calendar quarters of your base period. Your total base-period wages must be at least 1.5 times the wages you earned in your highest quarter. There is also a minimum amount of wages required during the base period.
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