I have a mortgage company; why did I receive an original bill?
Please note that if you have a mortgage company, the only way we can send information to your mortgage company is if we have a tax authorization form on file in our office, allowing us to do so. If we do not have a bank code on file, the system will generate an original bill which will be mailed to the owner of record.

A large number of mortgage companies use a paying agency for their tax payments, and these agencies receive an electronic file from us for every tax quarter, which includes every one of our tax lines. The companies will then select the ones they need to pay and return it with payment. Therefore, some mortgage companies do not send us a tax authorization, as they know they will be receiving an electronic file.

Should you have a question as to whether or not your mortgage company will be paying your upcoming taxes since you received the bill, please contact your mortgage company. They are the only ones that can give you a definite answer.

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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?