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I realize that he will be saving the 8% penalty and interest on the current taxes but that won't do much good if he doesn't come up with th 2013 delinquent taxes and interest.  He won't own the property because it will be headed for tax sale!  Of course I realize he has a year to redeem but he has had a year to pay the delinquent ones already and hasn't!
I guess I am just too old school, paying bills when they are due in the first place!
 
 
Roberta Dana
Town Treasurer
1476 Scott Hwy
Groton, VT 05046
Phone:  802-584-3131
Fax:       802-584-3276
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Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2014 2:14 PM
Subject: Current vs. delinquent taxes

We had a fellow come in this morning to pay his 2014 current taxes with the exact amount of cash.  An assistant tax collector accepted the money, gave him a receipt and marked his 2014 bill paid.
The dilemma is that he still owes over $1,000 for his 2013 delinquent taxes!  I thought that a person could tell you which taxes to apply the money too but trying to figure out why he would do it this way.  His property can still go up for tax sale because the delinquent taxes correct?  I would love to know if there is any laws about this.
Input please???
 
 
Roberta Dana
Town Treasurer
1476 Scott Hwy
Groton, VT 05046
Phone:  802-584-3131
Fax:       802-584-3276
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