Approximately 13.18% of your tax bill is for the support of the Local Municipal Budget. 3.77% is for the garbage district (if applicable) and the remaining 82.8% supports the East Windsor Regional School District and County which includes County Library, Open Space and General County Expenditures. The Tax collectors office collects and forwards these monies to the appropriate entity
Taxes are due on the 1st of February, May, August & November. There is a 10 day grace period at which time interest will accrue as of the 1st of the month. If the 10th falls on a weekend or holiday then the grace period is extended to the next business day.
No. You will receive one bill in the middle of the year, which will have four quarters on it.
No. However, you will receive a delinquent notice if your taxes are not paid.
Even though your bank pays your taxes you are still liable for the taxes. This way you know that your bank or mortgage company isn&squot;t paying your taxes and you should call them. Your bank or mortgage company also receives delinquent notices.
Everyone has to pay interest if the taxes are not paid on time. This is a State law, however, IF YOUR BANK OR MORTGAGE COMPANY DOESN’T PAY YOUR TAXES ON TIME, THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INTEREST DUE. ALWAYS CHECK YOUR STATEMENT FROM THE BANK.
We do not send out year- end statements.
Yes, we accept them and there is no charge.
No. Everyone's tax bill has the same tax rate on it.
No. The payment must be in the Tax Collector’s office by the 10th of the month that the taxes are due. If it is after the 10th interest will be charged and applied before principal.
Added Assessment bills go out in October and the 1st payment is due November 1st. The next two payments on the bill are due the 1st of February & May of the following year.
No. You will have the original bill, you received 3 to 4 months prior to the added bill, and the added assessment bill to pay. This means you will have two or more bills to pay on November 1st and 2 bills to pay on the 1st of February & May.
No. When the next new billing goes out after the added assessment bill it will all be combined on one bill. However, if you do an improvement to your home i.e. deck or pool you will receive an added assessment bill for the new improvement.
Forward your tax bill to the entity responsible for paying your taxes and contact the Tax Collector with the appropriate information.
Do not wait for a tax bill. Call the Tax Collector for a bill. This means the previous entity that paid your taxes did not notify us of the change.
You should have been given the tax bill at the time of closing. However, if you weren’t do not wait for one and call the Tax Collector. We have no way of knowing you do not have one.
I purchased my house during the year and I need to know how much taxes I paid and how much the previous owner paid.
This should be on your closing statement. If you can’t find it call your Attorney, they should handle all the prorating of taxes for closings.
We need a written request (48 hours prior) requesting redemption figure, with a date that we would receive the payment, along with the block/lot/lien number. This payment must be made via certified funds, cash or money order.
This request must be made in writing and signed by the property owner, along with the block/lot and reason and sent to:
16 Lanning Blvd.
East Windsor, NJ 08520
E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax to: (609) 443-8303
A deed is an official document, recorded at the county level and a new deed has to be recorded to add or delete anyone from the official record of ownership. We recommend that you seek legal assistance from an attorney or title company specializing in property transactions. If you are listed as a Joint Tenant no change is required but is recommended and one needs to bring an original copy of the death certificate to the Tax Assessor.