- Property Taxes
Step Forward Michigan Program
The Step Forward Michigan Program was established by the MHA to work directly with Michigan homeowners to help them stay in their home. The program provides up to a $30,000 interest free loan to assist with mortgage, property taxes, and/or condominium association fees. Hardest Hit Funds loans are forgivable at 20% each year, as long as the property remains the homeowner's primary residence.
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Mailed July 1st, Deadline September 16th
Summer taxes are due (without penalty if paid in full) on or before September 16th of the current tax year. A 3% penalty will be applied on September 17th.
Deferral of Summer Taxes
Homeowners can delay paying summer taxes until February 28th of the next succeeding year if the total household income is $40,000 or less (as shown on the Michigan Homestead Property tax return, line 30) as long as the taxpayer can be classified as one of the following:
- Eligible Serviceperson, Eligible Veteran, Eligible Widow, or Widower
- Paraplegic, Quadriplegic
- Senior Citizen (age 62 or older)
- Totally and Permanently Disabled
Taxpayers may claim a deferment by filing an application for deferment of summer taxes. A deferral form is available at the Finance Department. Taxpayers eligible for deferral must file an Application for Deferment on or before September 15th. A deferment form application must be completed for each year you would like your taxes deferred.
Mailed December 1st, Deadline February 28th
Winter taxes are due on or before February 28th of the next succeeding year. Delinquent Taxes (Summer and Winter on March 1st)
Delinquent taxes are paid to the Macomb County Treasurer starting March 1st with additional interest and penalties.
Macomb County Treasurer
1 S. Main St, 2nd Floor
Macomb, MI 48043