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Property Tax Postponement Deadline Extended for Homeowners in California Counties Affected by Wildfire

Property Tax Postponement Deadline Extended for  Homeowners in California Counties Affected by Wildfire

SACRAMENTO—State Controller Betty T. Yee today reminded California homeowners recently affected by wildfires that they have more time to apply for the Property Tax Postponement (PTP) program. Administered by the State Controller’s Office, PTP allows homeowners who are seniors, are blind, or have a disability and who meet income, equity, and other requirements to delay […]

Property Tax Postponement Deadline Draws Near

Property Tax Postponement Deadline Draws Near

SACRAMENTO—State Controller Betty T. Yee today reminded California homeowners the deadline to apply for California’s Property Tax Postponement (PTP) program for the 2020-21 tax year is February 10.  “In this most challenging of years, having one less major bill to pay could be critical to keeping vulnerable, low-income seniors or California homeowners with a disability […]

Prop. 15 Tax Measure Set to Fail in California, but It’s Close

Prop. 15 Tax Measure Set to Fail in California, but It’s Close

BY JAMIE JOSEPH One of California’s most-watched propositions this election, Proposition 15, is on its way to failing, but it’s close. As of Nov. 9, results showed 51.8 percent of the vote was against Prop. 15, and 48.2 percent for it. Prop. 15 would essentially raise property taxes for many commercial property owners to garner an estimated $8 billion to $12.5 […]

2020-21 Ventura County Secured Property Taxes Due

2020-21 Ventura County Secured Property Taxes Due

Ventura County 2020-21 Secured Property Taxes are due November 1, 2020. Property taxes not paid on or before December 10, 2020 will become delinquent, and property taxes paid after December 10, 2020 will be assessed a late payment penalty fee of 10%. For more information, go to https://www.ventura.org/ttc/. Pursuant to Executive Order by Governor Newsom, […]

POLITICS | Proposition 15 Is A Small Business Issue!

POLITICS | Proposition 15 Is A Small Business Issue!

Podcast sets the record straight, discusses other manifest problems with the initiative SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept. 30, 2020—Should it pass in November, Proposition 15 would be the largest tax increase in California history, but would it work as advertised? Most definitely not, argue two public policy veterans in the second in a series of NFIB podcasts […]

Property Tax Postponement Applications Now Available

Property Tax Postponement Applications Now Available

SACRAMENTO—State Controller Betty T. Yee today announced that applications for property tax deferment for the 2020-2021 tax year are now available.  California’s Property Tax Postponement (PTP) Program, administered by Controller Yee, allows homeowners who are seniors, are blind, or have a disability and who meet income, equity, and other requirements to postpone payment of property […]

Changing Prop 13 | How This Can Hurt You!

Changing Prop 13 |  How This Can Hurt You!

Share Tweet Forward “ Some taxpayers close their eyes, some stop their ears, some shut their mouth, but all pay through the nose.” —F.J. Raymond The pandemic has impacted everyone and everything.  Businesses large and small struggle, and while it has probably not come to your attention, this November, a proposed ballot measure aims to increase […]

Split-Roll Initiative: California Assessors’ Association Opposes Split-Roll Measure, Says Some Counties Would Lose Revenue

Split-Roll Initiative: California Assessors’ Association Opposes Split-Roll Measure, Says Some Counties Would Lose Revenue

The California Assessors’ Association (CAA) announced June 3 that it opposes the split-roll property tax increase that recently qualified for the November ballot because the measure would be nearly impossible to implement. “The implementation costs and administrative issues raised by our analysis have only become more problematic due to pending budget cuts and hiring freezes which are being […]

URGENT | Here’s how to watch the important Prop. 13 hearing in the state Assembly on Thursday

URGENT | Here’s how to watch the important Prop. 13 hearing in the state Assembly on Thursday

The special interest groups that seek to dismantle Proposition 13 have qualified the “split roll” initiative for the November ballot. This is the proposal that strips Prop. 13’s protection away from business properties.  The Legislature is calling it, “Initiative Constitutional Amendment to Increase Funding for Public Schools, Community Colleges, and Local Government Services by Changing […]

Oxnard City Council Prepares to Enact Property Tax Assessment

Oxnard City Council Prepares to Enact Property Tax Assessment

DATE:             June 2, 2020 TO:                  City Council FROM:            Kevin Riper, Chief Financial Officer, (805) 385-7475, [email protected] SUBJECT:      Public Safety Property Tax Assessment FY 2020-21. RECOMMENDATION  That the City Council adopts a resolution establishing the FY 2020-21 tax rates on property in the City of Oxnard for the payment of voter-approved obligations related to public safety […]

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