Category: Stefanich

Receiver Stefanich Advises Late School Tax Payers of Last Chance
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Receiver Stefanich Advises Late School Tax Payers of Last Chance

Oyster Bay Tax Receiver James Stefanich advises Town property owners who missed paying their 2018-2019 school taxes by the May 10th deadline, that they can still avoid additional interest and fees beyond the standard 2% late payment penalty. Late payers should immediately contact the Receiver’s office at (516) 624-6400 if they did not receive a...

Stefanich Reminds Residents Grievance Period Deadline on April 30th
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Stefanich Reminds Residents Grievance Period Deadline on April 30th

Oyster Bay Receiver of Taxes James J. Stefanich reminds taxpayers of their right to challenge their property tax assessment for the 2020-2021 property tax year. Grievances may be filed with the Nassau County Assessment Review Commission during the “grievance period,” which ends on April 30, 2019. Receiver Stefanich stated, “Any taxpayer who feels an error...

Receiver Stefanich Reminds Residents to File for Property Tax Exemptions
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Receiver Stefanich Reminds Residents to File for Property Tax Exemptions

Oyster Bay Town Tax Receiver James Stefanich reminds residents that the New York State property tax exemption application period ends on January 2, 2019.  Homeowners wishing to receive exemptions on their 2019-2020 school taxes and 2020 general taxes must file with the Nassau County Department of Assessment or New York State prior to the January...

Receiver Stefanich – 2018-2019 School Tax Bills Being Prepared
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Receiver Stefanich – 2018-2019 School Tax Bills Being Prepared

Oyster Bay Town residents are reminded that the First Half of the 2018-2019 School Tax Levy is due on October 1st, but can be paid without penalty through November 13th.  Please be certain to sign your check, and make it payable to James J. Stefanich, Receiver of Taxes.  Indicate your property’s S.D. Code, Section, Block,...

Receiver Stefanich Announces 2018 General Tax Collection Now Closed
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Receiver Stefanich Announces 2018 General Tax Collection Now Closed

Oyster Bay Receiver of Taxes James J. Stefanich wishes to notify town residents that the 2018 General Tax Collection Warrant has been closed, and all related records have been turned over to the Nassau County Treasurer. The original warrant specified that $587,255,080.63 was to be collected to support Nassau County, Town of Oyster Bay, and...

Receiver Stefanich Advises Late General Taxpayers of Last Chance
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Receiver Stefanich Advises Late General Taxpayers of Last Chance

Receiver Stefanich advises Town of Oyster Bay property owners who missed paying their 2018 General taxes by the August 10th deadline, that they can still avoid additional interest and fees beyond the standard 2% late payment penalty. Late payers should immediately contact the Receiver’s office at 624-6400, if they did not receive a second notification...

Receiver Stefanich: Second Half General Taxes Due
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Receiver Stefanich: Second Half General Taxes Due

Oyster Bay Town residents are reminded that the Second Half of the 2018 General Tax Levy is due on July 1st, but can be paid without penalty through August 10th.  Please be certain to sign your check, payable to James J. Stefanich, Receiver of Taxes.  Indicate your property’s S.D. Code, Section, Block, Lot and Phone...

Receiver Stefanich Advises Late School Tax Payers of Last Chance
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Receiver Stefanich Advises Late School Tax Payers of Last Chance

Oyster Bay Town Receiver of Taxes James J. Stefanich advises Town of Oyster Bay property owners who missed paying their 2017-2018 School taxes by the May 10th deadline, that they can still avoid additional interest and fees beyond the standard 2% late payment penalty. Late payers should immediately contact the Receiver’s office at 624-6400 if...

Receiver Stefanich Reminds Residents of How to Avoid Late Tax Payment Penalties
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Receiver Stefanich Reminds Residents of How to Avoid Late Tax Payment Penalties

Oyster Bay Town Receiver of Taxes, James J. Stefanich, reminds residential property owners that it is essential and mandatory to notify his office upon satisfying their mortgage. In addition, Stefanich encourages residents who recently purchased a home, condominium or co-op unit, or just refinanced or transferred the mortgage on their property, to be sure that...

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