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COMMITMENT REPORT SHOWS ALL FOUR QUARTERS ASSESSED FOR FY2021
Questions regarding payment discrepancies e mail Matt Stamas
by clicking Email to the right
FY 2021 TAX BILLS
TREASURERS NEW HIRE HEALTH AND BENEFIT FORMS * Forward Scanned documents only no photos acceptable
- DELTA DENTAL (PDF)
- EYE MED VISION CARE (PDF)
- BLUE CROSS HEALTH INSURANCE APPLICATION (PDF)
- DIRECT DEPOSIT AUTH (PDF)
- OBRA RETIREMENT SMART PLAN (PDF)
- BOSTON MUTUAL LIFE APPLICATION
- HSA PAYROLL DEDUCTION FORM
- Cobra Notice
- Beneficiary Selection Explanation
- DCCRS Supplemental New Enrollment Form
- NEW NewMemberEnrollment_2020_fillable
- BOSTON MUTUAL VOLUNTARY
- BOSTON MUTUAL LIFE
For comparison health benefit charts visit ww.ccmhg.com
Return scanned documents only. No photos
Tax Collectors Information
Motor vehicle excise tax bills past due more than 1 year Contact the Deputy Collector at 508-747-4344 to pay your past due excise taxes Changes to mailing addresses for Motor Vehicle Excise bills are done with the Registry of Motor Vehicles by calling 617-351-9580 or completed online. Boat Excise registration or cancellations can be done online as well.
Update your mailing address for real estate and personal property with the Town Assessor 508-693-3554, ext. 201 or emailing the Town Assessor.
Tax bills will show the current owners as of January 1. New tax bills are mailed in care of new owners if a deed has been recorded.
Personal Property Taxes
Personal property bills are paid for the full assessed year by the owner as of assessment date January 1st of the same tax year. If the property is sold within the assessed year, all four quarters are paid for the year assessed.
If you are a resident of Oak Bluffs, you are exempt from personal property taxes.
The Treasurer/Collectors Office is responsible for the efficient and timely billing and collection of all monies due the Town including:
- Real Estate Tax
- Excise Motor Vehicle Tax
- Personal Property Tax
- Boat Excise
- Wastewater Utility
The Treasurer/Collector’s Office is responsible for cash receipts and investing municipal income with safety, liquidity and yield. The Treasurer oversees all Tax Liens and foreclosures, The administration of Town Meeting authorized debt, and the timely payment of all bills and payroll of the Town.