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Rather than receiving separate tax bills, you will receive one consolidated statement for each type of tax.
This will not only consolidate billing information but will also result in efficiencies and cost savings in mailing, payment processing and supplies.
Here are some general examples of the changes:
If you use your bank’s bill paying service to pay your tax bills, please note that tax account numbers have changed due to our system implementation. To ensure your payment is posted accurately and timely, please enter the tax account number (located in the upper-right corner of your tax statement) in the designated “account” field in your bank’s bill paying service. If you receive multiple tax statements, you will have a separate tax account number for each statement.
You can now pay multiple personal property and real estate tax accounts in one transaction for a flat fee of $2.50, if using your Debit Card. Follow the steps online and via the phone to add multiple accounts to pay. Payments may be made online at payments or by calling 1-877-690-3729. If paying by telephone, enter jurisdiction code 1005 when prompted, and all other information as requested.
The new statement billing has a section (referred to as a coupon) that is detached and mailed with your payment like the bills you have received for years. The new statement coupon has a different address than in past years. Rather than a post office box in Richmond, you will now be mailing your payments to a post office box in Charlotte, North Carolina.
PO Box 71111
Charlotte NC 28272-1111
To save money and provide for quicker processing and posting of your payments.