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|What payment methods are available for property taxes?
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Cash, check, cashier's check, money order, debit card (subject to your bank's daily card limit) or certified funds. Credit cards cannot be used in our offices, only online payments can be paid by credit card. Checks submitted in payment of any transaction must be in U.S. Funds and must include: Full Name, Street Address (no PO Box), Home & Work Telephone # with area code, Driver License # and State of issuance. Starter checks are NOT ACCEPTABLE. Credit of payment is subject to check clearance. If your check is returned, it may be re-presented electronically. By submitting payment by check, you are authorizing service charges and processing fees, as permitted by F.S. 832, to be debited from the same account by paper draft or electronically, at the option of the Tax Collector.
All delinquent taxes must be paid in the form of cash, cashier's check, treasurer's check, money order, debit card, certified funds or credit card (if paying online only).
The best option is to pay online! To remit by mail, make your check payable to Ken Burton Jr., Tax Collector and send to:PO Box 25300Bradenton, FL 34206-5300 For Overnight Mail:819 – 301 Blvd WBradenton, FL 34205
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