Many Michigan Property Owners Can Pay Property Taxes Electronically Through September 14
RESTON, Va., Sept. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Official Payments Corp., a leading provider of electronic payment solutions, wants property owners in many areas of Michigan to know that summer property taxes due to their tax collector’s office this September can be paid electronically. Official Payments offers the most ways to pay with credit cards, debit cards, electronic check and other emerging payment options.
“Summer taxes were levied on July 1 and today, September 14, is the last day to pay unless the property is located in a city with a charter that specifies a different due date,” said Alex P. Hart, President and CEO of Tier Technologies, Inc., the parent company of Official Payments. “Michigan property owners can find out the exact due date by calling their tax collector’s office. To learn whether their area is served by Official Payments, they can visit the Official Payments website at www.OfficialPayments.com.”
Official Payments makes paying property taxes fast, easy and secure. Taxpayers can call 1-800- 2PAY-TAX (1-800-272-9829) or go online at www.OfficialPayments.com and select the “Local Payments” button. Payments can be scheduled for any time between now and the due date and by registering for My Account, users can take advantage of a faster and easier way to pay with E-Wallet. This new feature enables users to securely store credit card, debit card or bank account information. Stored payment information will be conveniently pre-filled the next time a registered user logs in and completes a transaction.
About Official Payments Corp.
Official Payments Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Tier Technologies, Inc., is a leading provider of electronic payment solutions for the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS), 27 state governments, the District of Columbia, over 4,600 local and municipal government agencies, more than 350 colleges and universities, and other public and private interests in all 50 states. Official Payments customers can pay federal taxes, state and local taxes, property taxes and other bills such as utilities and college tuition with credit cards, debit cards, electronic checks and Bill Me Later via online, telephone, point of sale and other channels. Visit https://www.OfficialPayments.com for more information.
Official Payments is not a tax advisor and does not provide advice on any tax requirements. Use of any information from this announcement or site or any other web site referred to is for general information only and does not represent personal tax advice either expressed or implied. You are encouraged to seek professional tax advice for tax questions and assistance.
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