What is an interim assessment?

An interim assessment is derived from a straightforward mathematical calculation. Simply put, the interim assessment represents the value difference (increase) attributable to any assessable improvement to the land. It is important to note that an interim assessment is the difference between the prior and the revised total assessments. These assessable improvements include, but are not limited to; new construction of a primary structure (dwelling or other building type), the addition to any such structure and the construction of secondary improvements such as swimming pools, garages, barns, etc.

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1. This is the first notice I’ve received about delinquent taxes - why didn’t I receive the original tax bill?
2. I am not able to pay the full amount of delinquent taxes - can I make partial payments?
3. Can I make payments in cash?
4. To whom should checks be made payable?
5. Where can I make payment?
6. Can penalties be waived?
7. What is the interest rate on my unpaid balance?
8. What are the fees?
9. What is the Upset Sale?
10. What is the Judicial Sale?
11. What is the repository list?
12. Can I make an agreement to stop the sale of my property?
13. When will my parcel be published in the paper?
14. Why was my property posted by the Sheriff’s Department?
15. What is an interim assessment?
16. When is an interim assessment effective?
17. How are interim assessments reported?
18. What is the procedure if a taxpayer does not agree with the assessment and/or the effective date?