When do my taxes become delinquent?

Due to the grace period, they become delinquent on the sixth business day after they were due. The 2nd installment option is forfeited and the entire bill becomes due if an installment date is missed. Interest begins accruing at 1.5% per month on the unpaid balance, beginning the month after the due date. For instance, if a first installment is missed, the next day after the grace period, one and a half % interest is added to the bill. In March it increases to three %. Interest continues to accrue until the bill is paid in full. Additional applicable fees may be applied. Please contact the Portage County Treasurer's office for a final payoff amount.

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1. What is the Lottery and Gaming Credit and how do I apply for this credit?
2. Are there credits available to decrease a property tax bill?
3. Where do we pay our taxes?
4. Do we send out reminders or bills for the second installment?
5. Do we accept credit cards? Why is there a fee to use a credit card?
6. Do we have payment plans available?
7. How long can my taxes remain delinquent before the County forecloses on my parcel?
8. When do my taxes become delinquent?
9. When are taxes due?
10. Who do we collect taxes for?