(a) All current taxes assessed on real and personal property may be paid in two installments. The first installment shall be payable on September first of the year for which
the assessment is made, and shall become delinquent on October first; the second
installment shall be payable on the first day of the following March and shall become
delinquent on April first. Taxes paid on or before the date when they are payable, including both first and
second installments, shall be subject to a discount of two and one-half percent. If taxes are not paid on or before the date on which they become delinquent, including
both first and second installments, interest at the rate of nine percent per annum
shall be added from the date they become delinquent until paid.
(b) With regard to real and personal property taxes, when any return, claim, statement
or other document is required to be filed, or any payment is required to be made within
a prescribed period or before a prescribed date, and the applicable law requires delivery
to the office of the sheriff of a county of this state, the methods prescribed in
section five-f, article ten, chapter eleven of this code for timely filing and payment
to the tax commissioner or department of tax and revenue shall be the same methods
utilized for timely filing and payment with such sheriff. Nothing contained in this subsection (b) shall prohibit the sheriff from establishing
additional methods of payment in accordance with the provisions of section eight-a
of this article.
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