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The Commissioner of the Revenue is a state constitutional officer as set forth in the Constitution of Virginia and a publicly elected representative of the people. The Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office is regulated by the State Code of Virginia. The taxes assessed by the Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office are extremely broad and complex.
The Commissioner of the Revenue is responsible for assessing the tangible personal property tax, business personal property tax, machinery and tools tax and merchants capital tax, vehicle license fees, and printing of the annual real estate and personal property assessment books. The Commissioner of the Revenue also assists and prepares state income and estimated tax returns. Some of the other duties of this office include administering the real estate tax relief for the elderly and disabled, service connected disabled veterans, PPTRA (tax relief on qualified personal use vehicles), public service corporation tax, and many other taxes as prescribed by state law and local ordinance.
The Commissioner of the Revenue is responsible for identifying, locating, and estimating the value of all properties within the county for tax purposes. There are currently 32,200 taxable parcels and 1,190 tax exempt parcels in the county. The Commissioner of the Revenue maintains changes in the real estate data files which include the valuation of new construction from building permits, valuation of land from annual property splits and transfers, special assessment of land under the land use program, mapping updates and corrections on the tax identification maps and the GIS parcel layer.
General Reassessments are conducted to equalize and create uniformity in the real estate values which would distribute the burden of taxation evenly and equitably within the county. By the State Code of Virginia, a county must perform a general reassessment every four (4) years, and in some rural counties every (6) years by special ordinance. Carroll County contracted with Wampler Eanes Appraisal Group to conduct our current reassessment. Work began in September, 2019 continuing into 2020 and will take effect January 1, 2021. The Code of Virginia 58.1-3201 requires that real estate assessments be at 100% fair market value. The Commissioner of the Revenue works directly with the contract firm, assisting with documentation of real estate sales, transfers and building permits.
The Commissioner of the Revenue also assists taxpayers with Virginia sales tax. This office also has available state income tax forms, sales tax applications and many other state forms.
It is the mission of this office to ensure that all taxes are assessed in a fair and equitable manner and that this office provide assistance to the public in a friendly and competent manner.
“To provide fair and equitable real property assessments in junction with all state laws. To serve the public in a professional manner and assist them with their property assessment.”
Arkansas county assessors’ offices are responsible for discovering, valuing and listing property for tax purposes. Each of these responsibilities are challenging. Discovering newly constructed buildings, while not too much of a challenge in cities with building permits, can be very difficult and expensive in rural areas. Valuing property is a profession that is regulated by state and federal law, and though property assessment appraisers are exempted from these regulations, they are expected to live up to the same standards as other appraisers. Listing property is building a record about a property - its physical makeup, its ownership, its taxable status, and all the changes that may occur to any of these. County assessors’ budgets are funded by all taxing units in a county. Each taxing unit contributes a share equal to its percentage of total property taxes collected in a county.
The duty of the county assessor is to appraise and assess all real property between the first Monday of January and the first of July, and all personal property between the first Monday in January and the thirty-first of May.
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2021 Returned Assessment Notices
Appraisers of the Carroll County Tax Assessor's Office are handling the reviewing. They will have badges, and will have Carroll County shirts for identification. They will also be in Carroll County vehicles marked accordingly. If a resident is at home when the appraisers visit, the appraiser will verify the property information that the county has on file. They will not enter the residence unless invited in to view changes to the property information. They will conduct an outside inspection of all residences and all out buildings on the property. The appraisers will be making pictures of the front and back of the structures. These field reviews are required by Georgia law to be conducted every 3-4 years to ensure that property descriptions, construction, and amenities are properly recorded.
If a resident is not at home when the appraisers visit, they will conduct an outside inspection and leave a card/door hanger informing the residents that they were there.
All appraisers will be checking for mobile/manufactured home decals. They must be displayed somewhere easily accessible by the appraiser.
The appraisers will not go through or over a locked gate. They will leave a card/door hanger on the gate if feasible. If resident has a locked gate, the resident is asked to call the Carroll County Tax Assessor's Office Dept. at 770-830-5812 to schedule an appointment to meet the appraiser on site.
Residents with any question are asked to call 770-830-5812.
The 2021 Digest has been certified by the Georgia Dept. Of Revenue
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Carroll County Assessment Rollshttp://carroll.mfcdsoftware.com/re/re-search.phpSearch Carroll County property assessments by tax roll, parcel number, property owner, address, and taxable value.
Carroll County Assessor's Websitehttps://carrollcountyohio.us/agencies-and-departments/auditors-office/Visit the Carroll County Assessor's website for contact information, office hours, tax payments and bills, parcel and GIS maps, assessments, and other property records.
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Carroll County Property Tax Exemptionshttp://www.carrollcountyauditor.us/rollbacks/default.htmlView Carroll County, Ohio property tax exemption information, including homestead exemptions, low income assistance, senior and veteran exemptions, applications, and program details.
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Carroll County Property Records are real estate documents that contain information related to real property in Carroll County, Ohio. Public Property Records provide information on homes, land, or commercial properties, including titles, mortgages, property deeds, and a range of other documents. They are maintained by various government offices in Carroll County, Ohio State, and at the Federal level. They are a valuable tool for the real estate industry, offering both buyers and sellers detailed information about properties, parcels and their owners.Learn about Property Records, including:
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