What is the Yield Tax and Land Use Change Tax?

A yield tax is assessed within 30 days after receipt of a report of wood or timber cut is filed. A land use change tax shall be due at the time of the change in use. The appropriate Warrant is forwarded to the Tax Collector. A bill is mailed and is due and payable 30 days after the mailing of tax bill. If the bill is not paid within the 30 days, interest will be charged at the rate of 18% per annum. Any bill not paid is also subject to the same proceedings as outlined in Tax Lien and Tax Deed Process.

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1. What is the Billing Process?
2. How are the amounts due calculated?
3. What is the Tax Year?
4. What if we escrow?
5. What is a Tax Lien?
6. What is a Tax Deed?
7. What is the Yield Tax and Land Use Change Tax?