Yes. Delinquent supplemental taxes may be paid on an installment plan in the same manner as your annual property taxes if they become delinquent.
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Yes. The supplemental tax is sent in addition to the annual tax bill and both amounts must be paid as specified on each tax bill. For more information, contact the Treasurer-Tax Collector at 530-889-4120.
No. Unlike the annual tax bill, lending agencies do not request a copy of the supplemental tax bill. When you receive a supplemental tax bill, you must contact your lender to determine who is to pay the bill.
The supplemental tax bill provides the following information:
The bill may be paid in two installments and provides payment stubs for each installment, which show the amount due and the date that the amount must be paid to avoid penalties for late payment. For more information, contact the Treasurer-Tax Collector at 530-889-4120.
If you purchase and then sell property within a short period of time, the supplemental tax bill you receive should cover only those months during which you owned the property, and the new owner should receive a separate supplemental tax bill. Because of the large number of parcels and frequency of property transfers in Placer County, there are often delays in placing new assessments on the roll. Contact the Treasurer-Tax Collector for more information.
Yes. You are taxed only on that portion of the year for which you have ownership or completed construction.
Yes. This depends on when the ownership change or completion of new construction occurred. You will receive one supplemental bill if the date of the change in ownership or completion of new construction is between June 1 and December 31 inclusive. You will receive two supplemental bills if the date of the change in ownership or completion of new construction is between January 1 and May 31 inclusive.
The same rules apply as for unpaid annual tax bills. If your supplemental tax bill is not paid by June 30th after the second installment is delinquent, the property becomes tax-defaulted (even if you have paid your annual tax bill). After five years of delinquency the property will be subject to the Tax Collector's Power of Sale and may be sold at a tax sale. Contact the Treasurer-Tax Collector for more information.