Complete the Transient Occupancy Tax Registration (PDF) form and submit it to the Commissioner of Revenue's office by mail, fax, or email; visit the Personal Property page for more details on how to contact our office.
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The Board of Supervisors establishes the rate each year.
The Commissioner's office uses the NADA valuation service as the basis for valuing all vehicles in Mecklenburg County. Each vehicle is assigned the Clean Loan Value.
Assessments are based on ownership as of July 1 of the current tax year.
The assessment cycle is the County's fiscal year which runs from July 1 through June 30 of the next year.
Notify our office and the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Notify our office and download the Notification of Change in Status of a Numbered Vessel (PDF) form from the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.
Notify our office and download the Application for Watercraft Certificate of Title and Certificate of Number (PDF) form from the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.
No, it is necessary to let the DMV know that your vehicle has been sold.
Yes, Please complete the Business Registration Form (PDF) and mail, fax, or email back to our office; visit the Personal Property page to locate all contact information for our office. We also encourage prospective businesses to contact the Zoning office to check on compliance with the zoning ordinance before building or opening a business.
These amounts are reported to the Commissioner's office by August 1st of each year. Download the Business Return of Tangible Personal Property and Instructions (PDF) to learn more.
Some of the major items that must be reported include:
Forms and instructions are mailed to you each year. Download the Business Return of Tangible Personal Property and Instructions (PDF) to learn more.
Report the original capitalized cost by date of purchases for all machinery and tools used in the following businesses:
Forms and instructions are mailed to you each year. You may also download the Business Return of Tangible Personal Property and Instructions (PDF) to learn more.
Visit the Personal Property page to view the current depreciation factors and tax rates.
First, notify the DMV, providing them with your move date and the new garage jurisdiction. Second, notify our office and third, contact the locality you have moved to and provide them with your vehicle information.
You need to notify our office as well as the DMV. Please bring a bill of sale showing your sale or purchase amount as well as the seller's and purchaser's name and address to our office. You will need to provide the DMV with the same information.
Complete and submit a Change of Address (PDF) form. Visit the Personal Property page to obtain contact information for our office.
These amounts are reported to the Commissioner of Revenue's Office each month by the 20th on the Transient Occupancy Monthly Remittance (PDF) form.