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The Revenue and Transportation Interim Committee meets next on December 5 in Room 137 of the Capitol in Helena beginning at 8 a.m.

The Montana Department of Revenue announces it has successfully completed its annual requirement to certify taxable values of property in the state’s 56 counties. This year, department offices in all 56 counties certified the values before or on the August 7 deadline. 
Tuesday, August 8, 2017/Categories: Department of Revenue, Montana.gov/Tags: Property Tax, Counties

Helena - The Montana Department of Revenue reminds Montana property owners whose homes or other property are damaged or destroyed during wildfire or other natural disaster that they can apply for property tax assistance.

The Montana Department of Revenue is mailing classification and appraisal notices to all owners of residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural properties. The department’s determination of a property’s market and taxable values for the current appraisal cycle is shown on the...
The Montana Department of Revenue announces the release of its biennial report. The several-hundred-page publication provides detailed information about the department’s tax administration and liquor control responsibilities for the biennium from July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2016.
The Montana Department of Revenue received requests from taxing jurisdictions in 20 counties to recertify their property values. This follows the department’s property valuation settlement agreement with NorthWestern Energy on October 14, 2016. Forty-one counties were affected by the...
Friday, October 28, 2016/Categories: Department of Revenue/Tags: Property Tax, Property Appraisal
The Montana Department of Revenue has completed its annual requirement to certify taxable values of property in the state’s 56 counties. Local governments establish their budgets and set their mill levies for property tax calculations and collections based on the certified taxable values...

The Montana Department of Revenue reminds Montana property owners whose homes or other property are damaged or destroyed during wildfire that they can apply for property tax relief.

Monday, August 1, 2016/Categories: Department of Revenue/Tags: Property Tax, disaster, Natural Disaster

The Montana Department of Revenue encourages Montana property owners whose homes or other property are damaged or destroyed during wildfire or other natural disaster to apply for property tax relief.

The Montana Department of Revenue encourages Montana property owners whose homes or other property were damaged or destroyed during Saturday’s Fallon County tornado to apply for property tax relief.

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