Cabarrus County real estate and personal property tax bills are due on September 1 and are classified as past due if not paid before January 6, 2018.
New this year, Concord residents will receive one tax bill for both City of Concord and Cabarrus County property taxes. The County’s single-bill initiative, already implemented in Harrisburg, Kannapolis, Locust, Mt. Pleasant and Midland, is a cost-saving measure that streamlines the billing process and minimizes administrative overlap.
Since Cabarrus municipalities no longer provide tax collection services, tax payers across Cabarrus County now have a single point of contact, the Cabarrus County Tax Administration Office.
Once a tax bill is past due, it is subject to collection actions and/or tax foreclosure. To alleviate the financial burden of paying annual real estate or personal property tax at one time, the County’s tax collections department will work with taxpayers throughout the year on payment plans that pay the bill in full by the delinquent date. It is the responsibility of the taxpayer to contact the collections office to request the payment plan option upon receipt of their annual tax bill.
Cabarrus County real estate and personal property tax can be paid online or over the phone using a credit card or debit card, mailed in with payment using the envelope and coupon provided with the bills, or in person at the Cabarrus County Government Center Tax Collections Office (65 Church St. SE, Concord) Mondays-Fridays, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For questions, call the Cabarrus County Tax Assessor at 704-920- 2166 and select option 2 for personal property, option 3 for business personal property and option 5 for revaluation.
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