Montgomery County Council OKs property tax prepayment in emergency vote

Montgomery County Council OKs property tax prepayment in emergency vote

Montgomery County Council OKs property tax prepayment in emergency vote

Still, it's a "viable option" for taxpayers who want to tax advantage of the current deduction for state and local taxes, an especially popular deduction for many property owners in high-tax NY state. States like Minnesota with relatively high income and property taxes, Vnak said, would be more severely impacted by the tax bill that states with lower taxes due to the cap on SALT deductions. Singles and heads of households will see a similar pull toward using the standard deduction.

Those payments must be credited as received in 2017 as long as they are postmarked on or before December 31, Christie says. "My husband did a little quick math this morning, and he said, 'Yes, it's worth it". The deduction is popular in high-tax states and used by many who itemize taxes in the Philadelphia region. That percentage decreases as income increases. "Lewis County is helping our residents take advantage of the Governor's Executive Order by posting our tax rolls online prior to their release by mail".

Now many want to push as many deductions into the next three days as possible while trying to tiptoe around the alternative minimum tax.

Henry, the Haddonfield tax collector, said he is allowing residents to estimate their 2018 bills, since they will not receive their bills for the second half of the year until August. "What's new is the level of interest this year".

The advance payment of 2018 property tax before the end of 2017 may be deductible for some taxpayers on their 2017 federal income tax return.

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To that end, the City of Hoboken Tax Collector's Office has been accepting pre-payment of property taxes from those who wish to do so. And two, Florida tax collectors are not allowing it. But the IRS has not had a chance to create the regulations and new forms that can help taxpayers understand how it will work best in individual cases. He wanted to prepay this amount for 2018, with the understanding he would owe more next year if the Hazleton Area School District imposed a tax hike this spring.

Of the roughly 120,000 tax bills the county sends out, only 15 to 20 people prepay for the next year, and those are usually the same 15 to 20 people each year, he said. "And we're waiting for better guidance from the federal government". Under the new law, which goes into effect January 1, property owners will have a $10,000 limit on state and local tax deductions. First half 2018-19 property taxes can not be paid because there is no tax warrant. "It just negates the benefit and you're just out the cash", says Beveridge. "It all depends on your tax situation".

In Wabasha County, Auditor/Treasurer Denise Anderson said her office had taken in $100,000 in prepaid taxes by 2 p.m. Tuesday, which she compared to the $139,000 prepaid taxes collected throughout the whole year in 2016.

"It's been insane here", Milton, Mass., town treasurer James McAuliffe told the Journal, describing the lines of citizens attempting to prepay their property taxes.

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