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No. Interest is set by the State of Connecticut and cannot be waived. Interest accrues at 1 1/2% per month, 18% per annum. Section 12-146.
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Real Estate, Personal Property, and Motor Vehicles July 1, and January 1 of any year, payable by August 1, and February 1. (If August 1 or February 1 falls on a weekend, or holiday, you have until the next business day to pay without incurring additional interest.) Note: If bill is under $100, total bill is due in the month of July. Supplemental Motor Vehicle bills are due in their entirety in the month of January, payable by February 1 (If February 1 falls on a weekend, you have until the next business day to pay without incurring additional interest.) Payments are delinquent and subject to interest on August 2, and February 2 of any year - subject to the exclusions noted.
October 1, and April 1, of any year ( two payment schedules). One payment schedules are due April 1. Payments are delinquent and subject to interest on November 1, and May 1. (If November 1 or May 1 falls on a weekend, you have until the next business to pay without incurring additional interest.)
No. It is the Town's policy that when paying delinquent Taxes to obtain a clearance to register a motor vehicle that all outstanding taxes must be paid, including the second half, in cash, cashier's check or money order.
If you sold your vehicle and turned the plates into D.M.V. get a plate receipt and bring both the plate receipt and the copy of the bill of sale to the Assessors office. You may still owe a portion of this bill, please contact the Tax Office after presenting proof to the Assessor.
Please contact the Assessor for your information at 203-484-6013.
No. The Town's policy with regard to this situation is thus:
Payments must be made with cash, cashier's check, debit/credit card or money order. This applies to any payments made to the Town for a period of one year after the returned check was paid. You are also responsible for the $20 returned check fee that the Town is assessed.