Is it possible to get more than one supplemental tax bill?

Yes. It is possible to receive several supplemental tax bills, depending on when the ownership change or completion of new construction occurred and when the Assessor recorded the new value on the tax roll. Because property is assessed each January 1 for the upcoming Fiscal Year (the period July 1 - June 30), you will receive one supplemental bill if the change in property value due to ownership change or new construction is recorded on the tax roll between June 1 and December 31; you will receive two supplemental bills if the change in property value is recorded on the tax roll between January 1 and May 31.

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1. What is a supplemental tax bill?
2. How is a Supplemental assessment done?
3. Do I have the same right to appeal the Assessor's supplemental assessed value as I do the annual assessed value?
4. If I receive a supplemental tax bill, will I also receive an annual tax bill in the fall of each year?
5. If I pay my property taxes through an impound account (i.e., with my mortgage payment), will my lender get my supplemental tax bill?
6. What does the supplemental tax bill tell me?
7. What if I purchase a piece of property and then sell it again after a few months?
8. When I purchase property or complete construction at some point during the Fiscal Year, will I be taxed on the supplemental value for the entire Fiscal Year?
9. Is it possible to get more than one supplemental tax bill?
10. When do supplemental tax bills have to be paid?
11. If payment of the supplemental tax bill is not made before the delinquency date because of a misunderstanding between my lender and myself, may I have the penalties excused?
12. What happens if I fail to pay my supplemental tax bill?
13. Can delinquent supplemental taxes be paid on an installment plan?
14. Am I entitled to a homeowner's exemption on my supplemental tax bill?
15. Are other exemptions and assistance programs available that will help defray the amount of supplemental taxes due?