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Personal Property Auditor
The purpose of this classification is to collect, valuate, verify, and enter personal property data for the Bulloch County tax digest.
Provides excellent service, pursues continuous improvement and exceeds expectations.
Analyzes tax statements: analyzes the statements of tangible personal property submitted by the taxpayer to determine the fair market value of applicable items; determines if Personal Property Tax returns are complete and incorporate reasonable values; reviews math and depreciation groups for accuracy; and determines the fair market value of taxable items.
Maintains the tax digest database: enters personal property values into the tax digest database; files and scans tax returns and supporting documents; inputs scanned information into the tax digest database; attaches tax return and supporting documents to the appropriate personal property account within the tax digest database; and maintains a paper copy on file until the tax digest is completed for the year.
Monitors reports: monitors business license reports, boat registration reports, and other reports to identify businesses or individuals that may have taxable personal property; and utilizes information to update businesses and individuals within the tax digest database.
Provides information: provides taxpayers, accountants, and personal property tax agents with information concerning personal property values in person, by telephone, or electronically.
Handles appeals: handles appeals of vehicle value for Title Ad Valorem Tax; handles appeals of assessment of property value.
Performs other related duties as required.
Associate degree in Real Estate, Accounting, or related field required; supplemented by five years of experience in property appraisal, property valuation or related field; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
Specific License or Certification Required
Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver's license. Must possess and maintain Appraiser II certification.