The Town of Yarmouth Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes are billed semiannually and are due November 1 and May 1.
Payments must be received in the Collector/Treasurer's Office on or before the due date (post marks are not accepted according to Mass. General Laws).
If late, interest will accrue at 14% per annum from the issue date not the due date. If the 2nd payment (May 1st) is late, a $25.00 demand fee will also be added then if the account remains unpaid 2 weeks after the demand due date it will be sent to the Deputy Collector with more charges added.
The Collector/Treasurer's Office suggests mailing payments at least a week prior to due date to avoid penalties. Payments are accepted at the Collector/Treasurer's window, mail slot located in the front of the Town Hall or electronically ONLINE.
Warning From Your Bank!
Most bank online payment agreements either prohibit, discourage or indicate payment using their service is at your own risk. They will not compensate you if you make a late payment using their service. Instead, use the Town of Yarmouth online portal and get the payment credited immediately.