Property Tax Listing and Assessing in NC

This course is sponsored by NC Department of Revenue.

This class focuses on the basic law and practice governing the listing and assessing of property for tax purposes.

For questions regarding course details, including location, schedule, materials, and continuing education credits, please contact Alycia Inserra, Program Management Team Lead at aginserra@sog.unc.edu.

Local Government Federal Credit Union offers scholarships to local government employees to apply toward tuition for conferences, classes, and seminars offered by the School of Government. There are four deadlines to submit applications:

  • March 1 (for courses starting between April 1 and June 30)
  • June 1 (for courses starting between July 1 and September 30)
  • September 1 (for courses starting between October 1 and December 31)
  • December 1 (for courses starting between January 1 and March 31)

Current hours are estimates pending approval. 

Alternate credit30.00 hrs
CEU30.00 hrs
CPE30.00 hrs
There currently are no scheduled offerings of this course.

AGENDA, October 2019

Sakai Instructions

MATERIALS

Participants will receive a course notebook in class. Each student should bring the following to class:

  • The Machinery Act of North Carolina 2017 (copies of The Machinery Act of North Carolina will be provided by the NCDepartment of Revenue for those participants who do not already have a copy). 
  • Battery-operated calculator

 Additionally, a copy of the textbook, Guide to the Listing, Assessment, and Taxation of Property in North Carolina by Shea Denning is generously provided by Zacchaeus Legal Services

 

 

For all registration questions, resetting passwords, or login issues please contact:

Dale Zuckert

Assistant Registrar, Registration and Client Services Group
919.966.4414
For questions regarding course details, including location, schedule, materials, and continuing education credits, please contact:

Alycia Inserra

Program Management Team Lead, Local and State Government Group
919.843.7736
Christopher Mclaughlin
Professor of Public Law and Government