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Nashua residents: July tax bills in the mail

Nashua residents should be on the lookout for their July tax bills, according to an announcement from the city treasurer’s office.

The city recently mailed the bills to property owners. Most should have received them by Friday. ...

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Nashua residents should be on the lookout for their July tax bills, according to an announcement from the city treasurer’s office.

The city recently mailed the bills to property owners. Most should have received them by Friday.

“To avoid a short wait in line, taxpayers are encouraged to use the mail-in service,” an announcement from city treasurer David Fredette says. “A paid receipt will be returned in your self-addressed, stamped envelope once the collection season has passed. A canceled check or mortgage statement will also suffice as a receipt for federal tax purposes.”

Payments must be postmarked by July 1; otherwise, taxpayers will begin accruing a penalty of 12 percent interest.

Anyone who doesn’t receive a bill is asked to call the tax office at 589-3190.

– Telegraph staff