Yavapai County Assessor talks taxes at downtown library
Monday, January 09, 2012
We all know taxes are scary. Taxes we don't understand, can be even scarier. Pam Pearsall, Yavapai County Assessor, will alleviate your fears, when she explains new property tax laws for 2012 on Wednesday, January 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Founders Suite at the Prescott Public Library.
New changes in the legal classification of property are a result of House Bill 2001, known as the "Jobs Bill." What does this legal classification change mean for property owners? What fines and penalties could be assessed if residential property is not classified correctly? What benefits and rebates will be lost if the affidavit received in the "Notice of Value" letters and cards every two years isn't completed and returned?
The Assessor will answer these questions and more.
Pam Pearsall, the 13th Yavapai County Assessor, took office in January 2009. She is a Certified General Real Estate Appraiser with the Arizona State Board of Appraisal. Since taking office in January, Pam has obtained her Level II Appraisal Certification from the Department of Revenue.
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