Hall County taxpayers can now conduct much of their business with the Tax Assessors Office through secure online forms.
According to a press release from Hall County Government, the Tax Assessors Office has worked with Qpublic.net over the past eight months to produce a range of helpful online products for citizens. Qpublic is one of the largest providers of GovTech geospatial solutions in the country.
“In the past week alone we have received more than 445 personal property reports through the online portal,” Nicole Griffin, Hall County appraisal systems coordinator said. “The software is incredibly intuitive to use as it guides taxpayers through important processes, cuts unnecessary questions and provides educational information as they complete the forms.”
The following services are also available online:
- Applications for homestead exemptions, including senior exemptions
- Electronically filing your real, business personal property, freeport, marine and aircraft form
- Changing your mailing address and updating your contact information
- Viewing and/or printing your current and prior years' assessment notices
- Appealing your assessment notice, both real and personal, during the applicable time period.
“We plan to expand on these capabilities moving forward with convenience and efficiency being our primary goals. With Nicole’s initiative and leadership on this project and her ideas for the future, we know we will have many more accomplishments to share on that front,” Steve Watson, Hall County chief appraiser said.
While forms are accessible year-round on the Tax Assessors website, the state reporting deadlines still apply. Forms are accepted January 1 through April 1. Anything submitted after the deadline will not be applicable until the following year.
For a full list of services, visit the Hall County Tax Assessors Office webpage.