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Inside City Limits:.Per $100.Assessed Value.Per $1000.Assessed Value.Huntsville.Madison.Gurley.Triana.Owens Cross Roads.New Hope.Outside City Limits.Improvements.How to Compute Your Taxes.w/Regular Homestead Exemption.Assessed Value.State, County, State.X Millage Rate.= _________.All Taxes Before Homestead Exemption.If value is $4000 or over deduct $48.= _________.= _________.If assessed value less than $4000.Continue as follows:.State Exemption.Assessed Value to $4000 X .0065.= _________.County Exemption. Go to the Probate Office on the 1st floor of the Madison County Courthouse (Room 100) and record your deed.The following October 1 through December 31 after you purchase the property, go to the tax assessor's office on the 1st floor of the Madison County Courthouse (Room 121), and claim any exemptions.When you purchase property during the year, you need to make sure the taxes are paid. The tax bill will usually be in the previous owner's name. You are responsible for taxes on all property you own, no matter how the bill may be listed. The fiscal year is from October 1 through September 30. All property purchased during this period should be assessed the following October 1 through December 31 in order to receive a bill in your name for the next year.Report all ownership and/or address changes promptly to the tax assessor in writing.How do I calculate my tax bill?.After the tax assessor has placed an assessed value on you property, the amount of taxes owed is determined by multiplying the correct tax rate by the assessed value, then subtracting the proper exemptions. In order to determine assessed value, multiply the appraised value by the proper classification. The Madison County tax rates are:.
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Frequently Asked Questions:.What are property taxes?.Property (Ad Valorem) Taxes are taxes on Real and/or Business Personal Property. Ad valorem means "according to value". Real property includes land and improvements (buildings). Business Personal Property refers to furniture, fixtures, tools, and equipment used in the operation of a business. These are items which are movable or not permanently fixed to the land. Airplanes are included whether or not used in a business.When I purchase property, what do I need to do?. Lynda was appointed by Governor Don Seigelman to finish the term of former Tax Collector, Mr. Thomas Ragland and then elected by the citizens of Madison County in 2002 and 2008. She is a State of Alabama Certified Appraiser and Alabama Certified Tax Administrator.Lynda has one daughter, Jessica Paige, a U S Marine and is a member of the Gurley United Methodist Church.Tax Collector 256-532-3370.Fax 256-532-3368.100 Northside Square.Courthouse 116.Huntsville, Alabama 35801-4820.e-mail:.firstname.lastname@example.org. Lynda Hall, Tax Collector.Marguerite Peterman, Chief Accountant.CURRENT YEAR REAL & PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX INFORMATION.The Madison County Tax Collector is responsible for collecting the ad valorem taxes on real estate as well as business personal property. Taxes are due and payable each year on October 1 and become delinquent January 1. Any questions regarding the payment of ad valorem (property) taxes should be directed to this office.Property taxes are assessed at the rate of $5.80 per $100 assessed valuation within the city of Huntsville, Madison $5.75, Triana $4.95, and New Hope, Gurley, and Owens Cross Roads at $4.05. Property outside the limits of any municipality are assessed at $3.35 on land and $3.65 on improvements.
Please note, there is a 2.40% convenience fee for all transactions. Madison County does not receive any portion of the convenience fee, which goes directly to the online payment processor, Certified Payments. This is a common feature of online payment services.For further information about how to pay your tax with credit card.click here.If you are making payments after December 31st, due to interest and late fees please call our office at (256) 532-3370 for an exact figure.The Bureau Code for Madison County is 5323370. This will be needed to process your transaction either by phone or online. Assessed Value to $2000 X .011.= _________.= _________.When will I receive my tax bill?.Your first bill will arrive in October. A second and third bill could be sent after January 1st if you have not paid your taxes by December 31st.When do I pay my taxes?.Please contact the Tax Collector's office at (256) 532-3370 if you have any questions regarding the following tax dates:.Tax due - October 1.Tax delinquent - January 1 (notices mailed).Probate judge advertises delinquent tax payers - 1st Tuesday in February. Property advertised for tax sale - April (3 consecutive Tuesdays).Tax Sale - May.In helping you to identify and locate a certain piece of property, there is both mapping and assessment available online from the Tax Assessor. Please take note of the PPIN number and.click here.How can I pay my tax bill?.The Madison County Tax Collector's office is pleased to offer the convenience of paying your property taxes online. Simply click on the link below and follow the steps to begin your payment process.
Lynda is working with the financial institutions seeking the highest rate of return on collected taxes.Biography.Lynda was born in Madison County and graduated from Madison County High School at Gurley. She earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Slavic with a minor in history at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. The Slavic area studies prepares individuals for careers in government, industry, and international commerce and trade. It includes foreign languages and literature, history and political science. Click Here for Tax Levies in Madison County. Madison County Tax Collector.Lynda Hall became Madison County's Tax Collector January 2000. She previously worked in the Tax Assessor's Office assessing real property for taxation, including applying current use values, researching property history and handling correspondence concerning current use and rollbacks, working with senior and disability exemptions and grading/classification structures. Lynda is a State of Alabama Certified Appraiser and Tax Administrator.Since taking office as Tax Collector, Lynda has opened satellite offices at Meridianville/Highway 231/431 and Parkway Place Mall. These offices are fully automated with computers. Lynda has also added the capability for online tax payments via the internet and toll free telephone payment capabilities in English as well as Spanish when paying by credit card.
COMPARISON OF THE 2008 & 2009 PERSONAL PROPERTY YEARLY INSOLVENT
Click here.for Madison County School Tax Revenue.MADISON COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.TOTAL COLLECTIONS AND PARCELS.REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY.20 YEAR TREND.TAX YEAR.NUMBER OF PARCELS.TAX YEAR COLLECTIONS.113,738.51,611,918.114,850.61,760,396.116,221.63,144,292.119,696.65,102,714.124,143.68,926,566.127,757.70,300,181.131,205.73,276,567.133,057.79,373,857.136,688.83,035,634.140,168.86,736,403.143,110.87,332,315.146,421.100,111,262.148,731.105,342,275.151,131.109,785,372.153,981.116,060,821.157,490. 139,404,418.158,727.149,279,097.162,946.169,511,999.168,979.182,660,354.172,193.188,745,055.***2009 is prior to final state settlement, 2008 & 2007 are not yet updated (audit complete, but report not yet published).Click Here for Tax Levies in Madison County.COMPARISON OF THE 2008 & 2009 PERSONAL PROPERTY YEARLY INSOLVENT.2008 - $17,297.2009 - $23,144.
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MADISON COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR TOTAL COLLECTIONS AND PARCELS REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY 20 YEAR TREND
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During March, April and May of each year we only accept certified funds for real property payments - no personal checks.
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Courthouse Hours: 8:30 - 5:00 M-F.Satellite Hours: 8:30 - 4:30 M-F.Satellites Closed for Lunch: 12:00 - 12:30.Note: Credit card payments are no longer accepted at the satellite offices. They are available.at the courthouse location.Collection Information.In 2009, the very latest tax figures show $188,745,055 was collected representing 172,193 parcels. This was an increase of 8% from 2008. A complete year by year, 20 year history chart can be found below.Click here.for Current Tax Disbursements and Top Ten Taxpayers. Pay your Madison County property taxes online.Telephone payments are available in English or Spanish by calling 1-866-549-1010.If mailing your check or money order please note the following:.Tax notices have changed to an 8 1/2 x 11 format. Tear off the bottom portion and return in the envelope provided A $30 returned check fee will be charged for any non sufficient check payments.During March, April and May of each year we only accept certified funds for real property payments - no personal checks. You may mail your check or money order payment to:.Lynda Hall.Madison County Tax Collector.Madison County Courthouse.100 Northside Square.Huntsville, AL 35801-4820.Main Office 256-532-3370.Fax Number 256-532-3368.If you have any questions for your tax collector please email email@example.com.Where can I pay my taxes?.Tax Collector's Office - Madison County Courthouse, Room 116.Madison County Satellite Offices:.Flint Crossing - Meridianville/Highway 231/431 County Office, Ste K.Parkway Place Mall - 2801 Memorial Parkway - 1st Floor by Belk.
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