RICHLAND COUNTY, SC (WIS) -Threats by the Department of Revenue to shut off money generated from the Penny Tax could have a severe financial impact, according to the Richland County Treasurer.
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
The Richland County Treasurer’s Office in conjunction with the Richland County Information Technology Department created the QR Codes that Auditor Paul Brawley added to tax bills in October of 2013. This month, the Treasurer’s Office is proud to announce over $1 Million has been paid using this method.
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Richland County announced
that the South Carolina Department of Revenue approved its plan to extend
property tax payment deadlines (for non-vehicle taxes) an additional 30
days. The plan to delay the mailing of
tax bills by Auditor Paul Brawley, and to delay the additional penalties by
Treasurer David Adams, was unanimously supported by Richland County Council on
Monday, October 12th.
Thursday, October 22, 2015
Richland County plans to delay its property tax
collection deadline by one month in light of the recent floods.
The county will likely offer a 30-day extension
for the property tax payment deadline from January to February, county
treasurer David Adams said. County Council gave its support of the plan this
week, Adams said. The county is sending a letter to the state Department of
Revenue for approval.
Thursday, October 15, 2015
Richland County’s penny-on-the-dollar
transportation tax has generated $111.9 million since collection began in May
Wednesday, September 23, 2015