When are taxes extended (billed)?
A County Clerk can begin the process of extending taxes only after the Board of Review has completed its work. State assessments and the final equalization factor have been certified to the County, and all taxing units have levied. Since many Boards of Review do not adjourn until December or later, extension of taxes does not begin until the year following the assessment year.

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1. How does the equalization factor effect tax rates?
2. What is a levy?
3. How do levies affect tax rates?
4. What makes tax bills increase?
5. When are taxes extended (billed)?
6. How is the tax rate computed?