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Webinar On-Demand: The Levy and Sale Remedy for Tax Collection
Learn from a panel of expert practitioners about how to best use the levy and sale remedy for the collection of property taxes, privilege license taxes, and other local taxes. This interactive webinar originally held on January 26, 2012 allowed the audience to get answers to their questions about this process from experienced tax collectors across the state.
Webinar On-Demand: Tax Collection Webinar Series
Three School of Government tax collection webinars are now available for purchase as a discounted package. Staff new to the tax office would benefit greatly from the webinars’ overview of the three primary tax collection methods: attachment and garnishment, levy and sale, and foreclosure. The webinars cover the key nuts-and-bolts details of each remedy and provide expert guidance from experienced tax collection professionals.
Webinar On-Demand: RMV Property Tax Collection System
On-Demand Webinar that was originally aired on September 17, 2013
Webinar On-Demand: Bankruptcy and Property Tax Collection
This webinar was originally held on September 1, 2011. Bankruptcy proceedings can present major challenges to local tax collectors. Listen to a panel of expert practitioners that will teach you how to navigate a bankruptcy filing and to maximize your government’s opportunity to collect its outstanding taxes.
Intermediate Purchasing Seminar
This three-day seminar will sharpen participants' purchasing skills and deepen their understanding of the legal and practical aspects of public purchasing. This course is intended for officials with two or more years of experience in local governmental purchasing, and will cover bidding and property disposal, capital leasing, performance management and benchmarking, insurance and risk management, electronic bidding and contract management, effective communications, ethics and conflicts of interest, and practical skills training, including handling difficult bids.
Fund Balance Webinar
This WEBINAR will explore the nuances and purposes of fund balance. Through lecture and interactive examples, the webinar will address: Purposes of fund balance GASB 54 classifications of fund balance North Carolina statutory definition of available fund balance LGC fund balance calcuation Policy considerations in setting fund balance target
Best Practices for Boards of Equalization and Review (On-Demand)
Board of equalization and review members, tax administrators, assessors, and county attorneys will benefit from this interactive discussion of the best practices for hearing property tax appeals at the county level. The Machinery Act creates very few statutory guidelines for county board of equalization and review procedures, resulting in wide variety of practices from county to county. This webinar will encourage more consistent procedures across the state, emphasizing efficiency and equity for all taxpayers. With contributions from School of Government faculty, Department of Revenue staff, and experienced local property tax officials, the webinar should help counties reduce taxpayer complaints about the appeal process and increase overall taxpayer satisfaction with the services provided by their local tax office.
Attachment and Garnishment Webinar On-Demand
SOG faculty member Chris Mclaughlin will review the law governing the Machinery Act’s attachment and garnishment procedures while expert practitioners from across the state will share their practical tips on how best to use this powerful collection remedy.
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