GENERAL PROPERTY TAX INFORMATION
NH STATE LAWS pertaining to the tax collection process – CLICK HERE
KIOSK ONLINE PAYMENT FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS-CLICK HERE
2023 FIRST ISSUE Tax Bill DUE DATE: JULY 6, 2023.
NH LAW under RSA 76:2 states the property tax year shall be April 1 to March 31.
View a NOTICE of DELINQUENT TAXES as required by NH RSA 76:11-b for unpaid taxes – CLICK HERE
View a NOTICE of IMPENDING LIEN as required by NH RSA 80:60, 80:77, 80:77a for unpaid taxes – CLICK HERE
View a NOTICE of IMPENDING TAX DEED as required by NH RSA 80:76, 80:77-a for unpaid taxes sent to lien – CLICK HERE
FEES and COSTS associated with the tax collection process – CLICK HERE
In New Hampshire, real estate property taxes are the major source of revenue for local government. In Madison, your property tax dollars cover all town services voted at the annual March Town Meeting, services provided by Carroll County, the state-wide enhanced education tax, the education of Madison Elementary students, the tuition for students attending A. Crosby Kennett Middle School and Kennett High School, and the support of the School Administrative Union #13 office. Property located in the Village District of Eidelweiss is subject to an additional tax that covers services voted by the legal voters of the District at their annual February meeting. For more information regarding the Village District of Eidelweiss – Click Here
For Madison residents who are elderly, blind, a veteran or veteran’s spouse, or are unable to pay your taxes due to poverty or other good cause, you may be eligible for a tax exemption, credit, abatement, or deferral. Contact the Selectmen’s Office at 603-367-4332 Ext. 300 (Linda).
CHANGE OF NAME and/or ADDRESS for Tax Billing – CLICK HERE
PROPERTY TAX FAQs – CLICK HERE
OTHER TYPES of TAXES – CLICK HERE
MADISON TAX RATE HISTORY – CLICK HERE
TAXPAYER ASSISTANCE RESOURCES – CLICK HERE