What is an unsecured property tax?
It is an ad-valorem (value based) property tax that is the liability of the person or entity assessed for the tax. Because the tax is not secured by real property (such as land) the tax is called "unsecured."

Unsecured Property Taxes

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1. When are unsecured property taxes due?
2. What is an unsecured property tax?
3. What type of property is assessed as an unsecured personal property tax bill?
4. What do I have to do to contact someone?
5. What is Unsecured Tax Four Plan?
6. Where do I mail my tax payment?
7. May taxes be paid with a credit card?
8. What is the lien date?
9. What if I no longer own the property?
10. What should I do if I don't receive a tax bill?
11. What if my check is dishonored by the bank?
12. What is the fiscal year?
13. What if I disagree with the tax bill?
14. Do I need to pay the tax bill while appealing or talking with the Assessor about a reduction in the value assessed?
15. What if I don't pay my tax bill prior to delinquency?
16. What happens after I pay a delinquency, on which a lien has been placed?