Tuesday, June 28, 2022
66.1 F
Oxnard
More

    Latest Posts

    Setting Brushfires of Freedom by Don Jans

    Controller Yee Reminds Homeowners: County Governments Collect Property Taxes Due April 10

    Sponsored - Job Posting

    We are a small but mighty business in Ventura, CA specializing in Civil/Agricultural Engineering and Land Surveying. Going strong for over 35 years. Looking for motivated team players for immediate hire. Candidates must have at least 3 years of experience in Civil Engineering, Land Surveying, and AutoCAD Civil 3D. Must want to grow with the company. For the right person, management potential. Wages will depend on experience. Benefits include paid holidays, matching retirement plan & much more. Send resumes to: [email protected]

    YCE, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Tel: 805-650-6995www.YCEinc.com

     

    Welcome to the State of California

    Controller Yee Reminds Homeowners:

    County Governments Collect Property Taxes Due April 10

    SACRAMENTO—State Controller Betty T. Yee today reminded California homeowners that the second installment of property taxes is due April 10 to treasurer-tax collectors in county governments.

    As California’s chief fiscal officer, Controller Yee has received numerous inquiries about property tax payments in light of the COVID-19 public health emergency.

    “While the California Franchise Tax Board, which I chair, has the legal authority to extend filing and payment deadlines for income taxes, I do not have authority over county property tax collection,” explained Controller Yee. “However, each county treasurer tax-collector has the power to waive penalties and interest for late payments due to circumstances beyond the taxpayer’s control. It is my expectation that county leaders will consider exercising those powers.”

    A homeowner should contact the treasurer-tax collector for the county in which their home is located if circumstances related to COVID-19 may result in late payment of property taxes. Some county treasurer-tax collectors have reduced staff capacity during the COVID-19 public health emergency, so responses might be delayed. 

    All 58 California counties are able to accept electronic payments from people who are prepared to pay but are isolating at home. Some counties have issued statements about property tax payments due during the COVID-19 health crisis, and others are likely to follow suit.

     

    As the chief fiscal officer of California, Controller Yee is responsible for accountability and disbursement of the state’s financial resources. The Controller has independent auditing authority over government agencies that spend state funds. She is a member of numerous financing authorities, and fiscal and financial oversight entities including the Franchise Tax Board. She also serves on the boards for the nation’s two largest public pension funds. Elected in 2014 and reelected in 2018, Controller Yee is the tenth woman elected to a statewide office in California’s history. Follow the Controller on Twitter at @CAController and on Facebook at California State Controller’s Office.

    California State Controller’s Office


    Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

     

     

     

    - Advertisement -

    1 COMMENT

    0 0 votes
    Article Rating
    Subscribe
    Notify of
    guest
    1 Comment
    Newest
    Oldest Most Voted
    Inline Feedbacks
    View all comments
    Citizen Reporter
    2 years ago

    So why does our tax collector disagree?

    Ventura County Tax Collector can’t extend Property Tax Deadline
    https://www.citizensjournal.us/ventura-county-tax-collector-cant-extend-property-tax-deadline/

    Latest Posts

    advertisement

    Don't Miss

    Subscribe

    To receive the news in your inbox