What period of time does my tax bill cover?

The Property Tax Year is April 1st through March 31st. Property tax bills are sent semiannually. The first installment bill is due on July 1st, the second installment due date varies depending on the date the tax rate is set and the date the bills are postmarked, generally no later than December 20th. The July Tax Bill is an estimate based on 50% of the prior year's tax rate. Once the State Department of Revenue sets the Tax Rate, the December bill covers the balance of the property tax owed for the tax year. Please note: if you are purchasing or selling a home, property taxes will be prorated by day from April 1st of that year.

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1. How do I apply for a refund, if my taxes have been over paid?
2. I’m doing my Federal Tax Returns and need to know what I paid for Taxes last year. How do I find that out?
3. I do not agree with my real estate amount, who do I speak to?
4. I sold the property, but I received a tax bill?
5. I need a copy of a lien release, how and where do I obtain one?
6. I need a duplicate receipt for my taxes, how and where do I obtain one?
7. I never received my real estate bill, how would I obtain a copy?
8. How do I change my billing address on the tax bill?
9. What do I do if I receive my real estate bill in the wrong name?
10. What is a current use assessment?
11. What is a timber tax?
12. What is the tax rate for the City of Nashua New Hampshire?
13. What methods of payment do you accept?
14. What period of time does my tax bill cover?
15. Can I view my property tax and billing information online?
16. Where is your office located and what are your hours?