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Leesburg taxpayers won’t get 2014 personal property tax bills

Leesburg taxpayers will not be receive personal property tax bills in the mail in the coming weeks as they have in the past.

Earlier this year, the Leesburg Town Council amended the Town Code regarding town personal property taxes, giving taxpayers a “tax holiday” for the 2014 tax year by moving the due date for personal property taxes from Oct. 5 to May 5 of each year. The next personal property tax bills will be mailed to taxpayers in April 2015 and will be due on May 5, 2015.

In addition, beginning with the 2015 tax year, the town will no longer pro-rate personal property taxes on automobiles, motorcycles, RVs, other motor vehicles and trailers. The 2015 tax bills will be based on the assessed value of personal property located in the Town of Leesburg as of Jan. 1, 2015.

The changes in Leesburg’s personal property taxes do not affect the requirement to register a new vehicle with Loudoun County and the town, and to obtain a town decal within 30 days of acquiring a new vehicle.

For more information about the changes to personal property taxes and motor vehicle licensing fees (decals), contact Bob Berkey, finance operations manager, at 703-737-7016 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


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