update: Clark County updated on Wednesday that homeowners need to update their information to the assessor’s office by June 30, 2023 to avoid paying higher property tax rates.
“To amend the next 8% tax cap starting in the next fiscal year or July 1st, until June 30, 2023. Tomorrow is not the deadline.”
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Las Vegas, Nevada (FOX5)-Clark County homeowners have a June 30 deadline to update information at the Assessors’ Office to avoid paying higher property tax rates.
According to the Clark County Councilor’s Office, homeowners have been sent a postcard informing them that they will set a tax limit of 8% unless the owner declares his property as a “main residence.” If the homeowner sets his property as the primary residence, the tax cap will be set at 3% for all future billing years, the assessor’s office said.
Homeowners are advised to visit the accounting firm’s website to see the current tax cap percentage. https://trweb.co.clark.nv.us/
According to Parliamentary Bill 489, all properties not specifically listed as primary residences face an 8% tax cap.
If the tax cap is incorrect, the owner is advised to contact the assessor’s office at 702-455-3882. Alternatively, you can print the form from the following website: www.clarkcountynv.gov/assessor.. However, keep in mind that you are currently making a lot of calls. The website states that you can submit the form by email or email ([email protected]).
According to the website, tax cap information will be revised for all future billing years, even if the form is returned after June 30, 2022.
Authorities also state that if a house is purchased after July 1, 2021, the tax cap for the fiscal year 2022-2023 will need to be amended until June 15, 2023. ..
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