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Tax bills are sent to the last known address of the owner(s). If you have moved, it is your responsibility to inform the Assessing Office of the change. If you have purchased your property recently, the Assessing Office may not have received a copy of the recorded deed from the Carroll County Registry of Deeds informing them of the change in ownership. It is your responsibility as the new owner(s) to make sure all taxes are paid.
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Review/pay property taxes online.
When you pay online, prior to submitting the shopping cart for payment, it will ask if you wish to opt-in to receive notice of future tax bill invoices electronically rather than by mail and prompt you to enter a valid email address. An email will be sent to the email address provided to verify that the email address is valid and to confirm you indeed wish to opt-in for future Paperless Notification. You will be enrolled in Paperless Notification for the parcel(s) selected only after you select the Confirm link in the confirmation email. The Tax Collector will then mail you a Paperless Billing Request and Agreement form for your completion, signature and return.
If you prefer not to pay online, you may contact the Tax Collector's Office by email, mail, telephone or in person and request the Paperless Billing Request and Agreement form (PDF) for completion, signature and return.
Taxes are billed semi-annually. The first issue property tax billed amounts are an estimate only and is due on or after July 1st. It is usually mailed the middle to end of May. The estimated first bill is computed by taking the prior year's assessed valuation times one-half of the previous year's tax rate. If the Assessors determine that an individual's property has physically changed in valuation, they may use the current year's assessed value times one-half of the previous year's tax rate to compute the partial payment. Usually in late October or early November, the NH Department of Revenue calculates the tax rate. The second and final issue property tax bill is equal to the difference between the total amount of the annual tax as determined by DRA and the first issue bill. The second and final property tax bill is usually mailed by the end of November.
Yes! As required by NH State Law (RSA 76:13), interest is charged at a rate of 8% per annum after the due date stated on the tax bill. Previous year’s property taxes that remain unpaid become subject to the Tax Lien Process and are subject to costs and fees for notice and execution of the tax lien pursuant to NH RSA 80. Upon execution of the lien, interest accrues at a rate of 14% per annum.
Yes! To have your billing data suppressed from the Moultonborough, NH Online Tax Kiosk you must complete the Suppression Request form (PDF). You may the form in the Tax Collector’s Office or by calling, emailing, or mailing your request. This Suppression Request must be in writing and submitted in person, by fax, by mail or email. The request form must be signed by all property owners, all Trustees if a Trust, or all authorized corporate officers if a corporation. Once the completed, fully signed Request form is received and verified by the Tax Collector’s Office personnel, the data will be suppressed. Please understand that all of your billing data remains a public record and is available at the Tax Collector’s Office and can be obtained either in person, by telephone, fax, email or mail.