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IAAO 201 to be offered during NCTCA Conference

The NCTCA and NCAAO Education Committees are pleased to announce that IAAO 201, Appraisal of Land, will be offered at the NCTCA Spring Conference in Greensboro the week of April 13 to 17, 2015.

Class size will be limited to 35 attendees on a first come, first serve basis.  The cost of the course is $350 and the registration deadline (with payment)is March 6th.

The course will be held at the Sheraton Greensboro at Four Seasons, 3121 High Point Rd, Greensboro NC 27407.  

Changes in the NCTCA certification process

Several changes were approved at the 2013 NCTCA Spring Conference for the NCTCA Certification process.  The most significant change was changing the continuing education reporting year from April 1 to March 31.  This will allow those being certified at the Annual Spring Conference to now be able to use their attendance at the conference for continuing education.
Other changes include and will be enforced are as follows:

2015 Education Calendar Updated

The calendar of educational offerings by NCTCA, NCAAO, NCPMA, School of Government, and NCDOR have been posted under Training and Events.

Recognitions from Spring 2014 Conference

Thanks to everyone again for their participation with the NCTCA annual Conference.  We had a wonderful program and many excellent educational opportunities.
For those who were unable to attend, I want to share the recognitions that where presented at the conference.
Awards were presented this year for both the Tax Collector of the Year and Tax Employee of the Year.

Resolutions Committee needs names of retirees

The Resolution Committee needs names of retiring Collectors, Assessors, or Tax Administrators to honor at the NCTCA Spring Conference.

HB 1779: Memo from NC Treasurer's Office

Attached is an important memo from the NC Treasurer's Office concerning the policy change that requires county tax offices to remit 3% of the interest on delinquent motor vehicle tax payments to that office.  As of July 1, 2013, all interest on late registered motor vehicle tax payments will stay with the county.
Kind regards,
Dave Duty
Education Manager
Property Valuation Specialist II
N.C. Dept. of Revenue

NCTCA Legislative Goals 2013-14

The following top 3 legislative goals were submitted to the NC Association of County Commissioners as the most important objectives during the current legislative session.

  1. Preserve the existing local revenue base
  2. Clarify centralized listing and assessing of cellular and cable companies
  3. Require payment of taxes on Manufactured Homes before transfer of ownership.

These goals were submitted to the NCACC on September 17, 2012.

NCTCA Dues for 2013

Since it is budget preparation time, we would like to remind everyone of the change in NCTCA dues.  The following dues will  be included on the NCTCA conference registration form as they have been in the past.
$40 Tax Collector
$15 All other active staff
$15 Associate members and vendors

IAAO Scholarships

With diminishing budget resources each year, consider resources provided by the IAAO in pursuing IAAO educational opportunities and events. Several different scholarships exist and may be awarded to those that demonstrate financial need. Would you like to attend this year’s IAAO conference or take an IAAO class but have been unable to secure funds?  Submit a scholarship application. 
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