The NCTCA Awards Committee will now accept nominations for the Tax Collector of the Year and the Outstanding Tax Employee of the Year awards. As specified in Article VIII, Section 5, of the NCTCA Constitution, the Awards Committee will consider the following qualifications of the candidates when screening the nomination submittals:
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
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.
Neal Dixon, Chairman of the NCTCA Awards Committee, announced this week that the committee is now accept nominations for the Tax Collector of the Year and the Outstanding Tax Employee of the Year awards. The submission deadline is Friday, March 2, 2012.
Please remember if you are planning to submit your application for certification in the North Carolina Tax Collectors Association it must be received in my office by 12/31/2011. See application and requirements.
The North Carolina Tax Collectors Association Officers would like to thank all of you that work in the County, City, and Town offices for your hard work collecting taxes, particularly delinquent taxes.
Join us in honoring two special North Carolina tax professionals who received awards at the NCTCA's 2011 Spring Conference. Congratulations to the 2011 Tax Collector of the Year, Neal Dixon. Mr. Dixon was selected for his outstanding work in Mecklenburg County. Congratulations to our 2011 Tax Employee of the Year Margaret Goldston. Ms. Goldston was selected for her outstanding service in Chatham County.