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How do you pay NYC property taxes online?

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As of June 2015, you can pay New York City property taxes through the Pay Online Now portal, as the city's Department of Finance website shows. Use electronic funds transfer, an e-check, or a credit or debit card to pay.

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To begin paying online, search for your property by entering your borough number, block number and lot number, explains NYC City Pay. You can also enter easement information if desired. If you pay via credit or debit card, you must also pay a small fee. E-check and electronic funds transfer payments are free.

New York City also lets taxpayers pay via methods that are not online, according to the NYC Department of Finance website. A taxpayer should mail payments to the address that the NYC Department of Finance provides; checks are payable to the NYC Department of Finance. Payments should include borough-block-lot information as well as the applicable tax period.

New York City allows taxpayers to use online methods to view their accounts, bills, transaction histories, digital tax maps and more, the NYC Department of Finance reports. A taxpayer can also search outstanding charges and city property records from the 1960s to the present. Taxpayers who have outstanding charges can input planned payment dates to get a more specific amount due.

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