What is an interim tax bill?
Interim tax bills cover the period in which a change in a property's ownership or assessed value was effective. For example, if the ownership of a property changes in October, and the property tax bills are mailed out in March of the following year, an interim tax bill will be sent for that time period once the assessment office forwards the information to the township.

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1. How is the assessment of my home determined?
2. What is an interim tax bill?
3. If I have an escrow account through my mortgage company, what should I do with tax bills?