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How do you pay property taxes online?

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Visit the website for your county's tax assessor-collector's office, and follow the instructions to submit online payment, according to Dallas County Tax Office and Clark County, Nevada. Some offices allow payments through the website, while others take payments through online bill pay from your bank.

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Some counties use a process similar to that of Clark County, Nevada. Paying online goes through your bank's online bill pay options rather than through the county's website. As of 2015, enter your property's parcel number for the online bill pay account number with your bank, and the enter the county office address as the payee's address. Credit card payments are accepted over the phone rather than through the county website, as stated by Clark County, Nevada.

Other counties, such as Dallas County, Texas, allow online payment of property taxes through their websites. Payment options such as Visa, MasterCard, Discover and automatic clearinghouse check payment are all available in Dallas County, although those may differ from one county to the next. Prepare to pay fees when you use credit or debit cards to make an online payment, states Dallas County Tax Office. After you have clicked on the link to pay, enter all of the relevant information about your payment method. Make sure that you receive a confirmation number or confirmation email for your payment.

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