If I select electronic payment from my Checking Account, I authorize the Salt Lake County Treasurer and/or any third party the County may designate to deduct funds from my checking account to pay Salt Lake County property taxes and associated fees (if applicable) for the parcel(s) I select. I understand that post-dated payments are not accepted and that payment information may be submitted to my bank at any time. I understand that once I submit my payment information to the web site it will not be possible for the Treasurer's Office or its bank to stop the transmission of payment information to my bank.
If I select payment by Credit/Debit Card, I authorize the Salt Lake County Treasurer and/or any third party the County may designate to charge my Credit/Debit Card account to pay Salt Lake County property taxes and additional charges together with associated Convenience Fees and additional charges paid for the parcel(s) I select. I understand that the Convenience Fee is charged by a financial intermediary, ACI Payments Inc., and that I can avoid paying a fee by selecting Checking Account on the payment options screen. I understand that I will see two charges on my credit/debit card statement, one for the payment of property tax and another charge from ACI Payments Inc. for the Convenience Fee. The amounts charged by the bank for processing fees are as follows:
||$0 Electronic check payment
||1% of the payment amount with a minimum fee of $1.00
||2.4% of the payment amount with a minimum fee of $1.95
I understand that payments are considered to be made at the time the transaction is acknowledged by this web site and an acknowledgment number is issued. The acknowledgment page generated when I submit my payment will show the date and time the payment was received by Salt Lake County. This will be the official date and time of payment, and in the event that a submission occurs before the payment deadline but the acknowledgment occurs after the deadline, the payment will be considered late, including cases of equipment failure or transmission difficulties due to heavy traffic.
I will make every effort to ensure the accuracy of the account information I provide. I understand that any errors or omissions from my payment information may result in a delay that could cause my taxes to become delinquent and for amounts already delinquent to incur additional interest and fees as provided by law. In the event my payment is rejected I may not receive notice of this prior to the deadline for timely payment. Just as is the case with “paper” payments, I understand that in the event my payment is rejected for any reason (including but not limited to incorrect or incomplete account and bank information, insufficient funds, or account closure) I will not be allowed any additional time to make other payment arrangements without incurring penalties, interest and fees as provided by law.
Salt Lake County property taxes must be paid or postmarked on or before the deadline for timely payment shown on the tax notice. Online payments submitted after midnight local time (Mountain Standard Time) will result in penalties, interest and fees as provided by law. Please be advised, our web site may be occasionally unreachable due to file maintenance. Payment is effective only upon receipt (credit of funds by your bank). Payments of less than the full amount due including penalty will be applied in accordance with UTAH CODE ANN. § 59-2-1346, first paying the interest and administrative costs (if any), next penalty, and finally applying any remaining funds to the tax for the latest year of delinquency, if applicable. Whether my taxes are paid timely or delinquent, I understand that I have the right under UTAH CODE ANN. § 59-2-1327 to mark my payment “Paid Under Protest” to preserve my right to challenge the legality of the tax.
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