Gwinnett County Tax Assessor: 2013 Property Tax Bills Are Out!

Posted by Francis Catherine Ogdoc on Aug 14, 2013 3:54:00 AM

The Gwinnett County Tax Assessor’s office has now issued the 2013 Property Tax Bills to the
residential as well as the commercial property owners.

In case you have filed an appeal which is still currently being processed during the time you received your tax bill, it should only reflect the partial amount of eighty-five percent (85%) of your original 2013 value. This tax bill is temporary until the property tax assessment appeal is resolved. When your appeal is resolved, there can be an additional bill or a credit issued, based on the concluding decision.

If you settle your property tax appeal with the Gwinnett County Tax Assessor, the settled value should be obtained by the Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner in a reasonable time. If you settle your tax appeal at the Gwinnett County Board of Equalization (BOE), you have 30 days after the BOE decision to appeal to superior court. Those 30 days have to expire before the settled value gets put into the tax assessor’s system, and then eventually the Tax Commissioners system. 

All bills must be paid on or before October 3. Taxpayers may choose to make partial payments provided that the entire amount will be settled by October 3. If you pay after October 3, you will be subject to one percent (1%) interest for each month the outstanding balance remains due. A ten percent (10%) penalty will be added if any of the tax is unpaid 90 days after it is due. After that, the Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner may send you a notice of intent to issue a tax lien on your property. When the tax lien is issued. it can affect your credit rating.

To view your tax bill or pay your taxes, click here.


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