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    County residents asked to verify vehicle information

    Commissioner of the Revenue Bob Wertz has mailed notifications of 2013 personal property filing requirements to Loudoun County’s property owners.

    More than 170,000 notices were sent out for owners of automobiles, campers, trailers, boats or mobile homes.

    As in recent years, residents are asked to complete the necessary documentation online through loudoun.gov.

    Residents can report corrections, an address change, the sale or disposal of a vehicle, or unusually high mileage since these may affect the property’s valuation or number of months to be taxed. The Commissioner asks that all changes be submitted by February 1, 2013, to assist in establishing accurate assessments for the 2013 tax year.

    To avoid late filing penalties, newly acquired vehicles or those recently entering Loudoun County must be reported to the Commissioner of the Revenue within 60 days of a purchase or a move to Loudoun County. For information or filing assistance, please visit loudoun.gov/cor or contact the Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 703-777-0260.

    Comments

    Frank you are correct again, strange.
    Just think of the savings to be had with the school system mailings and property taxes. Individually they are a drop in the bucket but our supervisors can send us monthly updates so I don’t see where its a big jump to get dmv, school, property and polling information via e-mail.


    How about they go round up a list of vehicles who appear to be dodging?  I mean it shouldn’t be hard to cross reference the addresses on car registrations to the list of cars in the tax system.  Or just get out and start ticketing more.  Town of Leesburg should be doing it too.  There is at least a few homes in my neighborhood with school age kids and no stickers to be found on their vehicles.  I’m glad I contribute to their children’s schools, but they don’t.  Maybe you really shouldn’t have bought the $50k Audi if you can’t pony up for the taxes?


    170,000 notices sent out and most people dont even need to do anything?  Most of these notices will go right in the trash.  Sounds like a waste of money.  Email is a bit cheaper.

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