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Property tax ledger and accounts receivable detail reports are maintained for the following tax roll types (AKA Category): current secured (CS), defaulted secured (DS), current unsecured (CU), defaulted unsecured (DU), supplemental secured (SS), and supplemental unsecured (SU). Direct charges may only reside on the CS, DS, CU, and DU tax rolls. These reports contain detail and total information by tax roll type
after the month closes (December/April are separated into two months each). Realtime payment status of individual bills may be viewed on the Tax Collector's website. Reports on this webpage (≥7/1/18) are based on transaction date (for instance, bill paid December 10 but not posted into system until December 13 will report based on the transaction date of December 13).
How to use the direct charge reports: Know the desired tax code (see the Direct Charges webpage). Select the desired report. Do a "find" on the tax code. Since the tax code may be on more than one tax roll type, make sure to continue to "find" the tax code through the end of the report.
Frequency of reporting to actual General Ledger (GL) bookings: Reports are run monthly and correspond to the bookings made to the GL, except for December and April in which the reports are broken into Dec/Apr 1-10 and Dec 11-31/April 11-30. The GL bookings for CS correspond to the specific breakout (due to payment volume Dec/Apr 1-10). However, the other tax roll types are booked to the GL based upon the entire month of Dec/Apr. Thus, if looking at the DS/CU/DU tax roll, add the Dec/Apr 1-10 report plus the Dec 11-31/Apr 11-30 report together to determine the GL booking. Additionally for CS, disregard the penalty column unless the tax code is a non-Teetered/non-PACE Mello-Roos.
Categories: CS=current secured; DS=defaulted secured; CU= current unsecured; DU=defaulted unsecured; SS=supplemental secured; SU=supplemental unsecured.
The following historical reports are from the legacy property tax system that ceased to exist on 7/1/2018:
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