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Oklahoma Property Tax Updates

UPDATED december 2023

Paying Taxes Under Protest

In Oklahoma, a taxpayer who has appealed from a decision affecting the value or taxable status of property must comply with mandatory payment-under-protest procedures set forth in 68 O.S. § 2884. To properly make payment of taxes under protest in compliance with § 2884, a taxpayer must: (1) pay by December 31, 2023, either one-half or the full amount of taxes owed under the tax bill; (2) include with such payment an executed OTC Form 990 Notice of Payment Under Protest; and (3) include a copy of the Petition or Complaint filed in the Court. If the taxpayer elects to make just a half payment by December 31, 2023, the same payment-under-protest procedures must be followed when making the second-half payment by March 31, 2024. Taxpayers must strictly comply with these procedures to avoid having their appeal dismissed.

Brady R. LippoldtElias, Books, Brown & Nelson, P.C.
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