Can interest be waived?
Although we understand that things happen that may delay your payment, even if you have never been late before, we are unable to waive interest. Once a tax payment is considered delinquent, interest must be charged. Per state statute, the collector is required to collect interest on delinquent taxes. No one has the authority to waive delinquent interest.

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1. When are tax bills mailed?
2. How do I change my address?
3. Can I obtain a receipt if I mail my payment?
4. Can interest be waived?
5. I have a mortgage company; why did I receive an original bill?
6. What do I do if I receive an advice only tax bill and my mortgage is satisfied?
7. What do I do if I sent a check for my taxes but received a delinquent notice?