property tax

Orange County Treasurer Shari Freidenrich announces the opening of the application period for the California Property Tax Postponement Program (PTP) that allows low income seniors, blind and disabled property owners to defer their fiscal year 2020-21 secured property taxes on their principal residences if they meet established criteria. The program …continue reading

State law governs when property taxes are due and payable, and Treasurer-Tax Collector (Treasurer) is not authorized to change the April 10 deadline. We suggest that you “Stay Home, Stay Safe and Pay Online” using our no cost eCheck (bank account) payment option that provides same day credit and an …continue reading

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The Legislative Analyst’s Office has just published the following report: Excess ERAF: A Review of the Calculations Affecting School Funding This report focuses on a state law enacted in the 1990s that shifts some of the property tax revenue in certain counties from schools and community colleges to other local …continue reading

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If you own property in the City of Long Beach, you’ll be interested in knowing that at tonight’s Long Beach City Council meeting, City staff will recommend approval of a ballot measure that would assess property owners at the rate of $25 per $100,000 assessed valuation. (Item #20-0019 on the …continue reading

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State Controller Betty T. Yee today reminded California homeowners in counties recently affected by wildfires and flooding that the deadline to apply for the Property Tax Postponement (PTP) Program for the 2018-19 tax year is June 1, 2019. California’s PTP Program, administered by the State Controller’s Office, allows homeowners who …continue reading