How are personal property taxes figured?
Taxes are computed on the assessed valuation as of January 1 of the preceding year. They are a lien on the personal property of the person assessed. It is unlawful to sell personal property without paying tax in advance. A clear bill of sale cannot be issued until such payment is made. Personal property is subject to immediate seizure and subsequent sale if at least the first half of the tax is not paid by April 30 and the second half by October 31. Check with the county treasurer's office before buying or selling any personal property (Revised Code of Washington Chapter

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1. What forms of payment do you accept?
2. How do I remove my property from foreclosure?
3. What are the interest and penalties on delinquent taxes?
4. Do I need a permit to move my mobile home?
5. How are personal property taxes figured?
6. Is there a property tax exemption for senior citizens or persons with disabilities?
7. I recently sold my property - how does this affect the property tax statement?
8. Do I have to pay property taxes?
9. How do I interpret my tax statement?
10. When are tax statements mailed?