Property Tax Payment

If your Palm Beach County property taxes are escrowed and paid by your mortgage company, our office expects to receive those payments by November 30, 2022, and will post them to your account as soon as possible.  Please allow our office 3-5 business days to process those payments before you contact our office to verify payment.  Should you have questions about those payments, please contact your mortgage lender directly for payment status.

We greatly appreciate your patience as our staff works diligently to post payments as quickly as possible.

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Understanding Your Installment Payment Plan (IPP) Bill

If you enrolled in the Tax Collector’s Office Installment Payment Plan to manage your annual tax payments, here are a few important things to know:

  • You should have received your first installment bill sent by the Palm Beach County Tax Collector.
  • To take advantage of the discounted payment amount, you must pay the amount due shown for the June 30 payment date.

 

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If you pay after June 30, you must pay the amount due shown for the July 31 payment date.

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DO NOT PAY BOTH THE JUNE 30 AMOUNT DUE AND THE JULY 31 AMOUNT DUE.  YOU ONLY NEED TO PAY ONE AMOUNT DEPENDING ON WHEN YOU MAKE YOUR PAYMENT.

If your first installment payment is not received by July 31, 2021, you will be removed from the Installment Payment Plan and your full tax payment will be due November 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022.

If you have already submitted your payment and your payment total included both the June 30 amount due AND the July 31 amount due, the Tax Collector’s Office will issue you a refund for the excess amount.  There is no need to contact our office as your refund will be sent to you within three weeks.

If you are unclear of the amount you need to pay, click here to visit the payment site. For additional assistance please email clientadvocate@pbctax.com with your questions or visit  www.pbctax.com/ipp.