FAQ Topic: Personal taxes
The Sherman County Tax Office sends out four distinctly different property tax statements — real, personal, manufactured structures, and utility — in late October of each year representing taxes for the current tax year, July 1 through June 30.
No sales tax is charged on food or other products purchased within Sherman County. Indeed, Oregon is one of five U.S. states without a state-wide sales tax — though municipalities can create their own. (While Oregon does not charge sales tax on general purchases, there are “excise taxes” added to the sale of alcohol, gas, … Continued
Investopedia offers a complete definition of income tax and how many government agencies use this tax to fund activities. However, unlike other cities and counties, Sherman County municipalities fund themselves in ways that do not require additional taxes on resident and business income. This lack of municipal taxation in Sherman County can lead to a … Continued
You’ll find an information sheet on our Property Tax Payment Options page, with details for mail, phone, and online payment options. Online payments also can be made on Sherman County’s PointandPay.net page.
The Internal Revenue Service’s Taxpayer Advocate Service can be reached at (877) 777-4778. (See Publication 1546, The Taxpayer Advocate Service of the IRS; for further information, see Tax Topic 104.) The State of Oregon also offers free tax preparation services to low- to moderate-income taxpayers through AARP, CASH Oregon, and the United Way. Find details … Continued
Unlike other cities and counties, Sherman County municipalities fund themselves in ways that do not require additional tax payments on resident or business income. Residents would still need to pay Oregon state taxes and federal taxes (see Free File for IRS-partnered filing options). The lack of municipal taxation in Sherman County can lead to a … Continued