Tax Collector's Office
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Miami-Dade County Tax Collector
The Tax Collector is part of Miami-Dade County's Finance Department. We collect current and delinquent real and personal property taxes, special assessments for all local taxing authorities, local business tax receipts and convention and tourist taxes. We act on behalf of the State of Florida to issue automobile, boat, hunting and fishing licenses.
Property Tax News
2017 Reminder Tax Bills
2017 Tangible Personal Property Tax Bills were mailed on March 21, 2018. The tangible personal property reminder notices reflect all payments made by March 10, 2018. Taxpayers that made payments after March 10th will receive a reminder notice.
2017 Real Estate Reminder Tax Notices will be mailed on April 13, 2018. The real estate reminder notices reflect all payments made by April 4, 2018. Taxpayers that made payments after April 4th will receive a reminder notice.
QR Codes on Tax Bills
Customers can easily access their personalized account on their mobile device and have the option to pay.
Paying in Person
For your convenience, our office is open from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the following location:
Miami-Dade Tax Collector
200 NW 2 Avenue
Miami, FL 33128
Cash payments are accepted at this location. In cases where customers are paying $10,000 or more in cash or money order, a Social Security card is required. Credit cards and debit cards are not accepted.
2017 Delinquent Taxes
Taxes become delinquent on April 1, 2018. Delinquent taxes must be received in our office by May 31, 2018. Postmarks will not be honored for delinquent taxes. Acceptable Forms of Payment for Delinquent Taxes: Cashier's Check, Money Order, Cash Payments (accepted in Public Service Office) and credit card (accepted only online).
If paying delinquent taxes (2017 and prior) by mail, acceptable forms of payment are: Cashier’s Check, Certified Funds or Money Order.
If paying delinquent taxes (2017 and prior) in person, acceptable forms of payment are: Cashier’s Check, Certified Funds, Money Order, or Cash.
Paying by E-Checking
Online payments by e-checking will be available for real estate and tangible personal property through Thursday, May 31st at 11:59 pm EDT (Eastern Daylight Time). Funds must be available for immediate withdrawal for e-checking from a regular checking account. Once the payment has been submitted, Tax Collector's Office cannot reverse or modify an online payment. In cases where a certificate is issued or an account is in Bankruptcy/Litigation, the payment button is disabled, therefore, disallowing the taxpayer to pay taxes.
Paying by Credit Card
Online payments by credit card will be available for real estate and tangible personal property through Thursday, May 31st at 11:59 pm EDT (Eastern Daylight Time). Credit card payments can be made by Visa, Mastercard, and Discover. A non-refundable convenience fee of 2.21% of the tax amount will be applied to each credit card transaction. In cases where a certificate is issued or an account is in Bankruptcy/Litigation, the payment button is disabled, therefore, disallowing the taxpayer to pay taxes.
VAB Petitioners Required to Pay 75% of Tax Payment by March 31, 2018
Effective July 1, 2011, property owners who file a Value Adjustment Board (VAB) appeal must have paid at least 75% of the assessed Ad Valorem Taxes (taxes based on the assessed value of the property) and all of the Non-Ad Valorem Assessments, which are for services such as Solid Waste and Fire, by March 31, 2018. Property owners who failed to make the minimum 75% payment requirement by March 31, 2018, will result in the denial of their VAB petition.
The VAB will issue this denial for non-payment even if the property owner’s petition has been heard by the VAB before March 31, 2018 and the VAB has agreed to reduce the property’s assessment. In such cases, and pursuant to Florida law, the VAB will cancel its decision reducing the property’s assessment, and the Property Appraiser’s preliminary assessment will be reinstated.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:07:25 PM
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