Personal property supplemental invoices have been mailed to Mathews residents that were not billed for personal property items included in the regular billing cycle for the tax years of 2017-2019, according to a release from Treasurer Wendy Stewart and Commissioner of the Revenue Les Hall.
Personal property is prorated and assessed from the date of purchase until the date of disposition/sale of the property, the release stated.
The Commissioner of the Revenue’s office sent supplemental information to Stewart’s office in a timely fashion; however, there was a software problem that ultimately required an outside contractor to resolve, according to the release. The supplements for 2017, 2018 and 2019 were finally able to be printed in January.
If you have received the invoices and have questions concerning the assessments of the personal property, contact the Commissioner of the Revenue’s office at 804-725-7168. If you have questions concerning payments or setting up ...
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