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March 1 is the last day to pay property tax in full before incurring the state-mandated 10 percent penalty on 2015 property tax. On March 2, the 10 percent penalty will be added to any unpaid principle amount. Additionally, state statute also adds 1 percent interest on unpaid principle starting on the due date (Dec. 1) and continues monthly until property tax is paid in full.
"Our tax bills are mailed Oct. 1 and are due Dec. 1 each year. We make many efforts to remind taxpayers of due dates. We have already mailed reminder letters, but further collection efforts could result in the taxpayer facing additional fees and costs," said Hall County Tax Commissioner Darla Eden. "Our office accepts partial payments, and we do encourage taxpayers to make as many payments as needed to pay off the balance; however, penalties and interest continue to accrue on the outstanding balance."
Any account with an outstanding balance will be subject to a lien; therefore the Tax Commissioner's office encourages full payment of any outstanding balance as soon as possible.
The Hall County Tax Commissioner's Office is open to the public Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If there are any questions or if assistance is needed, please contact the Hall County Tax Commissioner's Office by phone at 770-531-6950, fax to 770-531-7111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAILING: Hall County Tax Commissioner P.O. Box 1579 Gainesville, GA 30503
PHYSICAL:Hall County Tax Commissioner2875 Browns Bridge Road-- 1st floorGainesville, GA 30504
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