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Posted on: September 29, 2022

Tax FAQs

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Q . Can I pay taxes over the phone?

A. The Treasurer’s Office cannot take payment over the phone. You can pay online, in-person or through the drop box located outside to the left of the entrance (1 Woolfolk Avenue, Louisa).

Q. What happens if I do not pay the taxes by the due date of December 5th?

A. A 10% penalty is added to your account. Monthly interest is added to any unpaid balance as of January 2, 2023.

Q. I have a DMV hold on my delinquent taxes. How do I get the DMV hold off in order to renew my vehicle tags?

A. All taxes have to be paid in full with certified funds (money order, certified check) or over the phone to the collection agency TACS at 804-545-2500.

Q. What is the $38.75 charge on my tax bill?

A. The $38.75 charge is a license fee on vehicles registered to be driven on the highway as of January 1st. This is not an addition tax on the vehicle.

Q: I sold my car earlier this year. Why am I being taxed?

A: Louisa County is a non-pro-rating County, if you owned the vehicle January 1; you will pay taxes for the full year. If you purchased a vehicle after January 1 you will not pay personal property tax on that vehicle until the following year.

Q: Is the County providing temporary tax relief for 2022?

A: At the July 5, 2022 Louisa County Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution that will provide temporary tax relief from vehicle appreciation associated with COVID-19's economic impact. The 2022 Louisa County Personal Property tax assessment will utilize a 90% ratio (rather than a 100% ratio) against the assessed vehicle value.

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