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Yes, the failure to mail a tax bill or the failure of a property owner to receive a bill does not affect the validity of the taxes or interest prescribed by law. It is the responsibility of the property owner to know when taxes are due and payable. In addition, neither the Tax Receiver nor any other official has legal authority to waive statutory interest charges. Interest charges are fixed by the Real Property Tax Law. Payments made between January 1 and January 31 are not subject to an interest penalty. Payments made between February 1 and February 29 are subject to a 1% penalty. Payments made between March 1 and March 31 are subject to a 2% penalty, plus a $1 re-mailing fee.
Under executive order 202.92 signed by Governor Cuomo during 2021 interest Free period has been extended through February 22, 2021.
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Payments made by dropping off payment in the drop-box must be by check at the Tax Receiver’s Office at 2540 Route 9, Malta, NY . However, credit cards can be used to pay At http://egov.basgov.com/malta . A convenience fee will be charged for using these services.
$3.95 for Visa Debit cards
$1.75 for E-check (paying through checking account)
2.45% for all other credit and debit cards
No, taxes will not be accepted prior to January 1st of that year
Tax bills and payments may be brought to the Town Hall, 2540 Route 9, Malta NY 12020 and deposited in the Tax Receivers Drop Box. Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm. Enclose the whole bill and paid receipt will be mailed. Otherwise tax bills can be paid online.
Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm Summer Hours (July & August) 8 am to 4 pm