When are Excise Bills mailed out?

Excise bills are sent to taxpayers by the Town of Seekonk throughout the year, as groups of bills known as commitments (up to 12 per year). They are received by the Town from the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles. Approximately three-fourths of all excise bills will be mailed in the First Commitment as a single group, usually between the last week of January through the last week of February, and will be due by statute, in 30 days from the date of issue. The remaining groups of bills will be sent throughout the remainder of the year as additional commitments are received by the Town from the Registry of Motor Vehicles. The Town of Seekonk has no control over which bills will be included in any particular commitment as received from the Registry of Motor Vehicles.

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1. Why am I receiving a Excise bill?
2. Who compiles the bill?
3. How is my vehicle's value calculated?
4. My vehicles valuation is too high or too low. Who do I contact?
5. How is my bill computed?
6. I just received and paid a bill. Why am I receiving another?
7. I no longer have this vehicle. Do I still have to pay the bill?
8. When are Excise Bills mailed out?
9. I should have received an Excise Bill. Why have I not received one?
10. Why am I being billed from a different town than I live in?
11. Can I make a partial payment towards my excise bill?
12. Why am I receiving another tax bill for my new car? When I registered my new car at the Registry of Motor Vehicles, I paid a tax. Am I paying twice?