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Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang and Tax Collector Joseph Kelly have provided guidance to property owners in the wake of the federal tax bill passed by Congress this week.

We have received a number of inquiries from property owners who wish to “pre-pay” property taxes prior to January 1, 2018, when a cap in the dollar amount of state and local taxes that may be deducted for federal income tax purposes is due to take effect as a result of the tax bill.

Property owners who wish to pay the second installment of the 2017-2018 property tax bill before January 1 may do so this month.

Payment options are as follows:

PAY ONLINE – To make payments online, go to lacountypropertytax.com, and select “Pay Online” under “Payment Options.” There is no charge for eCheck payments. You may also pay online by using a credit card or Visa Debit card. Please note that there is a service fee charged on all credit/debit card payments.

PAY OVER THE TELEPHONE – Credit cards and Visa Debit card payments are accepted over the telephone. Please note that there is a service fee charged on all credit/debit card payments. To pay by telephone, call toll-free 1(888) 473-0835.

BY MAIL – Please include the payment stub from the bill and mail to the “Los Angeles County Tax Collector,” PO Box 54018, Los Angeles, CA 90054-0018.

PAY IN PERSON – Cash, check, money order and cashier’s check are accepted at 225 North Hill Street, First Floor Lobby, Los Angeles 90012, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Pacific Time, Monday through Friday, excluding Los Angeles County holidays.

Important notes: Property owners may not pre-pay their 2018-2019 property taxes in December 2017. The 2018-2019 property tax bills against which these pre-payments would be credited will not be generated and mailed until September/October 2018.

The Assessor does not accept payments; this is solely a function of the Tax Collector. Any payments submitted to the Assessor will be returned.

For additional details, please call the Los Angeles County property tax information line at 888-807-2111.

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  1. American middle class you just got FFF’ED. Bigly ! Good job !

    • Mandy Day Mandy Day says:

      Wrong, 80% of us are getting a tax break. The appropriate place to direct your feelings is your liberal state for paying for projects we don’t need. The 60billion dollar bullet train we can’t afford, legal defense fund for illegal aliens etc. it’s not the rest of the countries responsibility to pay for projects we don’t need

    • Ahhh, Robert the middle class has finely got a voice and a champion after 8 years of getting the shaft from Obama!I didn’t vote for him, you did!

    • So double taxation is fine as long as it’s in blue States , nice Jerkoffs ! We pay for
      For your damn existence !
      Damn Rednecks ! Payback is gonna really suck for your redneck ass and I can’t wait !

    • Yea we can’t do High speed rail hell we can’t do low speed rail ! This country is being Starved and led into decay by the GOP , Greedy Old Plutocrats and your all their Tools ! Stupid Americans !

    • Robert W Karppinen you’re just a grouchy old liberal,Obama lovin’ sour grape, jealous democrat whose leaders couldnt bring jobs back or get the GNP over 2%in 8 years even tho they spent 10 trillion$s. And the middle class just got screwed with out being kissed! Bah! Humbug!😂

  2. This is a lame article.

  3. If those of you whining, and can afford to pay double property taxes (over $10,000 a year), you’re living pretty high on the hog! For those who are middle class,honest,hard working property owners, have nothing to worry about. Calif. Government has been over taxing us and spending our money foolishly. The blame lies with them not the President.

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