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Senate Bill 0147

Senate Bill 0147

ARCHIVE (2012)

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DIGEST OF SB 147 (Updated March 6, 2012 2:18 pm - DI 84)

Local government financial matters. Specifies that a county may provide notices of property tax information by electronic mail that provides a secure Internet link for the recipient to obtain the information. Allows a person to request electronic transmissions in an online format developed by a county and approved by the department of local government finance. Requires the county treasurer to record whether electronic mail to a person was undeliverable. Specifies that a monthly payment plan may include an automatic monthly deduction from a taxpayer's financial institution account or monthly payments made by written instrument or electronically. Specifies that the payment cycle for a property tax payment plan may be up to 12 months and may begin in December of the year preceding the year the taxes would be due under the May and November installment method and end in the following November. Clarifies that penalties do not apply if the amount due under a monthly payment plan is paid by the due date in November that is designated by the taxpayer. Provides that a real property parcel is not to be listed on a tax sale notice if the delinquent property taxes or special assessments are $25 or less. Provides that the interest rate owed on property tax refunds or when a taxpayer owes more property taxes because of an assessment increase after the tax due date, an appeal, or when collection has been enjoined by court order is equal to the rate established by the commissioner of the department of state revenue for refunds on excess state tax payments. Requires county treasurers and county auditors to attend training sessions approved by the state board of accounts. Provides that money in the county elected officials training fund may be used to provide this training. (Under current law, the fund is used to provide training to county recorders and surveyors.)
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