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IMPORTANT PROPERTY TAX DEADLINES


JANUARY

1. Taxable values and qualifications for certain exemptions are determined.

A tax lien attaches to your property as security for the payments of taxes.In the event taxes are not timely paid, the lien will also secure penalties and interest which will accrue on a monthly basis.

2. The rendition period begins.This will continue until April 15 unless you request an extension.

31. PROPERTY TAXES ARE DUE (unless you pay on an installment basis).

FEBRUARY

1. Date taxes become delinquent (unless you pay on an installment basis).

APRIL

15. Last day (or as soon as practicable thereafter) for chief appraiser to mail notices of appraised value for single-family residence homestead properties.

Last day for taxing units' second quarterly payment for 2012 CAD budget.

Last day for disabled, 65-or-older or unmarried surviving spouse of disabled veteran homeowners to pay first installment on taxes.

Last day for homeowners or qualified businesses whose properties were damaged in a disaster area to pay first installment on taxes.

Last day for cities or counties to report information regarding reinvestment zones and tax increment financing plans to Texas Comptroller.

Last day for qualified community housing development corporations to file listing of property acquired or sold during the past year with the chief appraiser.

Last day for property owners to file renditions and property information reports unless they request a filing extension in writing.

30. Last day for property owners to file the following applications with the Appraisal District:

- Certain exemption applications;
- Notice that a property is no longer entitled to exemption;
- Applications for special appraisal;
- Request for separate listing of separately owned land and improvements.
There are other Notices and Reports due on this date. This is not meant to be a comprehensive list.

Last day for property owners to file protest with Appraisal Review Board (or by 30 days after Notice of Appraised Value is delivered, whichever is later.)

MAY

1. Chief Appraiser to mail notices of appraised value for properties other than single family residence homesteads.

BETWEEN MAY 1 and JUNE 1 is the period when the Chief Appraiser must notify taxpayers that an attorney’s fees will be added to the tax bill starting July 1.

JUNE

15. Last day to file renditions if you were given an extension. (Any further extension will only be granted for good cause shown.)

30. Last day to pay second installment of split pay. (The first installment was due November 30 of the previous year.)

Last day to pay taxes before incurring 12% delinquency penalty plus attorney’s fees.

AUGUST

31. Last day for property owner to give, in writing, notice of correct address for tax notices.

OCTOBER

1. Date tax assessor mails tax bills. (That came up fast didn’t it?).

NOVEMBER

1. First half of split payment due.






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