St. Charles County offering residents more options to pay tax bills

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ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – The St. Charles County Collectors Office is giving county residents more options to pay their tax bills. The office will now start accepting partial and advance payments for tax bills.

Partial payments will offer residents the opportunity to catch up in paying their property tax bill and reduce late payment interest and penalty fees owed. Partial payment will be accepted for personal property and real estate tax bills. There will be a minimum payment of $20 for each partial payment. However, partial payments will not stop tax certificate sales. Tax bills not paid in full will be reflected on the amount owned from the previous year, along with the amount owed for the current t year tax bill.

Advance payments will give residents the option of making payments on the current years tax bill for both personal property and real estate tax bills. There will be a minimum payment for $20 on resident tax bill. Any monies paid toward the current years tax bill, will be credited to a residents tax bill and show the amount owed by December 31 of the current tax year.

Ways to Pay:
Check, money order, cashier’s check by mail or in person payable to Michelle D. McBride, Collector of Revenue.

Credit card or eCheck online at http://mo-stcharles-collector.publicaccessnow.com/, by calling 1-800-2PAY-TAX (1-800-272-9829), Jurisdiction Code 3513 and by cash in person at the Collector’s Office.

The Collector’s Office is located at the St. Charles County Administration Building, 201 N. Second Street, St. Charles, MO.

For each Partial Payment, a receipt will be issued showing the remaining outstanding balance and presented to the payer (if payment is made in person), sent via email, or mailed.

Credit card and eCheck payments are not available for advanced payments online.

For more information call the St. Charles County Collector of Revenue Office at  636.949.7470 or email collector@sccmo.org.

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