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2020 Conference Cancellation

The NCTCA Board of Directors has officially decided that we are not going to be able to host the annual collectors conference this year. Unfortunately, things have not progressed in the direction we were all hoping for. That being said, there are some things you need to be aware of.

Round Table 5/8/20


How do we move forward from here? Are we looking at possibly having to downsize our operations? Are we enforcing collections at all and if not, when do we try to start that back up.

Spring Conference Postponed to August

I’m sure that many of you are involved in conversations and preparations within your counties of how to be properly prepared to limit the spread of Covid-19. We are certainly optimistic with the positive data coming out, that this virus will be relatively short-lived. As of right now, we feel that the responsible thing to do is to align with Governor Coopers recommendation of limiting events of 100 people or more. We have also taken into consideration that many counties across the state have suspended all travel for the foreseeable future.

Awards Nominations open for 2020


On behalf of the 2020 NCTCA Awards Committee, we are requesting nominations for the 2020 Tax Collector of the Year and the 2020 Outstanding Tax Employee of the Year.

Please submit nominations to the Awards Committee by (updated date) July 17, 2020. In your submission, please write in summary form why you feel that your nominee should receive the award.

Fundamentals of Property Tax Collection Law 2020

Fundamentals of Property Tax Collection Law

March 3 – 5, 2020
UNC School of Government
Chapel Hill, NC

Refunds and Releases Webinar to be offered

Property Tax Refunds & Releases Webinar
Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 10:00 am

We are pleased to announce the registration is open for Property Tax Refunds & Releases Webinar, hosted Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 10:00 am.

Nominations for conference awards sought

The Awards Committee is now accepting 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:

Tax Collector of the Year

2016 Education Calendar

The Training and Events Calendar has been updated for 2016 trainings. Additional information for Spring Conference will be added when available.

Conference Awards Recap

I want to thank 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.

David Reid, Transylvania County Tax Administrator (Retired), was presented the Tax Collector of the Year award.

Julie Berger, Deputy Director of tax collections, was presented the Tax Employee of the Year award.

Understanding Real Property Workshop (IAAO 100) at Conference

The NCTCA and NCAAO Education Committees are pleased to announce that IAAO Workshop 100, Understanding Real Property Appraisal, will be offered at the NCTCA Spring Conference in Greensboro on April 13th and 14th, 2015 and will provide 15 hours of CE.

Class size will be limited to 50 attendees on a first come, first serve basis.  The cost of the course is $225 and the registration deadline (with payment) is March 6th.

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