TO REVIEW YOUR PROPERTY TAXES:
Just click below button (view and pay your taxes here) and you will be directed to Accessmygov.com.
MAKE ONLINE PAYMENTS:
Just click on below (view and pay your taxes here) button. You will be directed to Accessmygov.com,
You can just click on Current Tax Payments to the left of screen.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO SET UP AN ACCOUNT TO JUST PAY YOUR TAXES!
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Treasurer and Tax Collection
Payment Dates to Avoid Penalties
Summer taxes are due on July 1 and payable through September 14 without penalty or interest. Beginning September 15 a 1% interest penalty will be added. Add an additional 1% interest for each calendar month thereafter on the unpaid tax balance.
Winter taxes are due on December 1 and payable through February 28, of the following year, without penalty or interest before they are turned delinquent to the County Treasurer.
After February 28, all delinquent winter and summer taxes are to be sent to the Iron County Treasurer for collection.
You will have to contact that office for the penalties and late fees (906/875-3362).
Failure to receive a tax bill does not waive penalty or interest. Payment can be made by check or cash. Credit/debit cards/echecks are accepted through this website.
Deferral of Summer Taxes
The law provides for a Principal Residence, whose gross household income for the preceding calendar year did not exceed $40,000 AND you must qualify for Deferment provided for in the General Property Tax Act under at least one of the following classifications:
You can access the Application for Deferment of Summer Taxes and the 2012 Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit forms by sending treasurer a request from the notices page. They are also available in the Treasurer’s office. You may fill out these forms and return them to the Treasurer’s office by June 1 or November 1.. The Treasurer may also be able to assist you by working out a payment plan. The earlier you come in affords us the opportunity to come up with a better plan to suit your situation.
Taxes Paid by Mortgage Company
If your mortgage company has recently changed, please ask them to send a request in writing requesting your tax statement.