How do you pay taxes on property in Collin County, Texas?


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In Collin County, Texas, property owners can pay taxes on their properties in person, by mail or online. For payments made in person, Collin County accepts cash, credit cards and checks. Property owners can use credit cards and electronic checks to pay their taxes online through Certified Payments. Checks are the only acceptable method for payments made by mail, notes the Collin County website.

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As of 2015, the last date to pay property taxes without incurring penalties and interest is January 31. To ensure that penalties and interest do not accrue, payments made by mail must have a postmark of January 31 or earlier. To pay their tax by check, property owners have to write their property account number on the check. This number is available on the tax statement states Collin County.

Property owners can start making partial payments when they receive their tax statements in October. Partial payments made by check must include the property account number and the words “Partial Payment” in the remarks. Property owners who have an Over-65 or Disabled Person Exemption can pay their taxes in four equal parts without incurring any penalties or interest. The last dates for these payments are January 31, March 31, May 31 and July 31, according to the Collin County website.

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