Tax bills are mailed out once annually, and contain four (4) payment stubs for the upcoming payments due in August and November of the current year, and February and May of the following year. If your bank or mortgage company has escrowed for your taxes, the original bill will be sent to them and the “advice” copy will be sent to you. If your mailing address changes, please contact this office in writing to advise us where all correspondence should then be sent.
Tax payments are due on or before:
- February 1st
- May 1st
- August 1st
- November 1st of each year
Direct ACH will be withdrawan on the final day of the grace period
There is a grace period through the 10th. If the 10th falls on a Saturday, Sunday or official holiday, the grace period is extended to the end of the next business day. Postmarks are not accepted. If payment is not received in the office prior to the close of business on the last day of the grace period, interest charges will revert back to the due date.
Interest is at the rate of 8% per annum on the first $1,500.00 and 18% on the amount in excess of $1,500.00. When making your payments, if you wish to receive a receipt, the tax bill in its entirety must accompany the payment.
If you are mailing in your payment and you wish to receive a receipt, a self addressed stamped envelope should be included with your entire tax bill.
Your receipt will appear on the reverse side of your bill.
Make your check payable to: Borough of Manasquan and mail to 201 E Main St, Manasquan, NJ 08736-3004. In the event that your mortgage company or bank is no longer responsible for paying your taxes, please contact this office immediately to update your records.