When are real estate and personal property taxes due?
Real Estate and Personal Property taxes are levied annually and the statements are mailed out in November. Tax payments are due by December 31 of each year. If paying by mail, the postmark determines the timeliness of payment. Payments received after December 31 must include penalty and interest charges. If a tax bill is not received by December 1, please contact the collector's office at (573) 547-4422. Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the obligation to pay taxes and applicable late fees. If you are paying taxes after December 31, please refer to the delinquent payment chart on the right side of the statement.

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1. How do I obtain a Missouri license plate?
2. Who is responsible for paying real estate taxes?
3. Where do I go to get license plates?
4. Do I owe taxes although I am no longer a Missouri resident?
5. Why haven't I received a Personal Property tax bill?
6. If I have an escrow for my taxes, will I receive a tax bill?
7. What do I need if I am the owner of a vehicle for the first time?
8. Who is responsible for paying the taxes on property I purchased, and am I responsible for interest and penalty should taxes become delinquent?
9. Why am I being taxed for a vehicle I no longer own?
10. When are real estate and personal property taxes due?
11. Why is someone named Etal on my tax statement?
12. What is personal property tax?
13. What is taxable personal property?
14. Who owes personal property tax?
15. How much can I expect to pay?
16. What is assessed Personal Property value?
17. What is a tax levy?
18. How is the value of my property determined?
19. What do I do if I believe my property has been overvalued?
20. How does personal property get taxed; do I need to do anything?
21. Is there a form available for this purpose?
22. Where is personal property assessed?
23. For Missouri Sales Tax Information.
24. What is assessed Real Estate value?