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Real estate, and business and individual personal property tax bills are mailed out annually around July. The fiscal tax year for these billings span July 1 through June 30.
Tax bills are due September 1 with a delinquent date of January 6.
According to North Carolina General Statute 105-360
Taxes levied under this subchapter by a taxing unit are due and payable on September 1 of the fiscal year for which the taxes are levied. Taxes are payable at par or face amount if paid before January 5 following the due date. Taxes paid on or after January 6 following the due date are subject to interest charges.
Interest accrues on taxes paid on or after January 5 as follows:
- From January 6 to February 1, interest accrues at the rate of 2 percent
- From February 1 until the principal amount of the taxes, the accrued interest and any penalties are paid, interest accrues at the rate of 0.75 percent a month or a fraction thereof.
For your convenience, Cabarrus County also accepts full or partial pre-payments prior to issuing annual tax bills.
The Collections division will work with taxpayers throughout the year on payment plans to alleviate the financial burden of paying annual real estate or personal property taxes, including business personal property.
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