When is the tax bill due?

Per an Executive Order by Governor Lamont the City of Bristol had approved the Deferment Program for all taxpayers for the July 1, 2020 installment.  All real estate and business personal property tax bills (over $100) are due in two installments; first installment due July 1 and considered late with interest fees if received or postmarked after October 1. 

Regular motor vehicle tax bills are due July 1 and are due in one installment. These bills can be paid during the deferment period without any interest penalty and would only be considered late with interest fees added if received or postmarked after October 1, 2020.

The second installment is due January 1, 2021 and the last day to pay has been extended per Executive Order and considered late with interest fees if received or postmarked after April 1, 2021. 

Supplemental motor vehicle tax bills are mailed in late December and are also due in one installment on January 1, 2021. These bills too have been extended and would be considered late with interest fees added if received or postmarked after April 1, 2021.

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1. How is my tax calculated?
2. What is the new mill rate?
3. When is the tax bill due?
4. What is taxable?
5. How can I pay my tax bill?
6. What methods of payment do you accept?
7. How do I pay Collection Agency?
8. How do I find what I paid for last year for IRS purposes?
9. What if I pay by mail and I want a receipt?
10. Can I make out one check for all of my tax bills?
11. What happens if I pay late?
12. Can the interest on my tax bill be waived?
13. What if I never receive a tax bill in the mail?
14. What if I recently purchased a home in Bristol or recently paid off my mortgage?
15. How do I correct the mailing address on my tax bill?
16. What if I am being billed improperly for a motor vehicle?
17. How can I avoid a real estate lien placed on my property?
18. How can I avoid a “boot” on my vehicle?