Posts Tagged ‘registered motor vehicles’

Two New Property Tax Laws: Part 1

Friday, August 21st, 2015

The General Assembly is still hard at work in Raleigh.  While no huge changes to property taxes have arisen yet this session, there are two new laws worth discussing.  S.L. 2015-204 creates flexibility for waiving interest on old registered motor vehicle (“RMV”) taxes. S.L. 2015-223 creates an exemption for new, unsold residential and commercial properties […]

“Tag and Tax Together” One Year Later

Friday, August 29th, 2014

Happy Birthday, Tag & Tax Together!  What, you haven’t bought a present yet? Well, you best get moving, because September 1 will mark the first birthday of the new taxation system for registered motor vehicles (“RMVs”) known informally as Tag & Tax Together. By now everyone driving a car on the highways and byways of […]

May Counties Charge Cities for Distributing RMV Taxes?

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

Have you paid your “Tag and Tax Together” yet? If you haven’t, you soon will. As of September 1, 2013, everyone who registers a motor vehicle in North Carolina will be required to pay at the time of registration not only the registration fees but also the property taxes owed on that vehicle for the […]