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Posted on: June 22, 2018

[ARCHIVED] JULY TAXES ARE NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

Blue and White Box saying taxes are available online

JULY TAXES ARE NOW AVAILABLE online and the actual tax bills will be mailed on June 29th.  The Town of Newington is excited to announce we have implemented a new secure online payment & electronic billing service which offers you flexibility to enjoy 24/7 access.  Now you can pay your taxes by credit/debit card or check through our online vendor, Invoice Cloud, who charges a service fee for online payments.  Credit/Debit card payments are 2.95% of the payment. Payments made by check are $.95 per transaction.  Any prior year taxes will be paid first. If a motor vehicle release is needed, releases can be processed three business days after online payments.


The Tax Office does not accept debit/credit card payments in the office or by telephone. Payments may be made in any form but we encourage payments to be made by check or money order to keep the wait time down.  One check may be made out for multiple tax bills. Postdated checks are not accepted. If you require a receipt for your records, please bring in your entire bill.

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JULY TAXES ARE DUE NOW AND ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE – CHECK OUT OUR NEW FEATURE


 DON’T WAIT IN LINE – SAVE TIME PAY ONLINE– ANYTIME ANYWHERE


You can pay your taxes 24/7 by credit/debit card or by check through our online vendor, Invoice Cloud, who charges a service fee for online payments.  Credit/Debit card payments are 2.95% of the payment. Payments made by check are $.95 per transaction.  Any prior year taxes will be paid first. If a motor vehicle release is needed, releases can be processed three business days after online payments.


The Tax Office does not accept debit/credit card payments in the office or by telephone. Payments may be made in any form but we encourage payments to be made by check or money order to keep the wait time down.  One check may be made out for multiple tax bills. Postdated checks are not accepted. If you require a receipt for your records, please bring in your entire bill.

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