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The total properties for which the religious, charitable, or eleemosynary society, corporation, trust, or other association may claim this exemption in accordance with this paragraph may not exceed fifty acres per county within the State. 388, Pt I, Section 3, eff June 10, 2006; 2006 Act No. 116, Sections 9, 64, eff June 28, 2007, applicable for tax years beginning after 2007; 2008 Act No. The fair market value of the boat or watercraft classified for property tax purposes as a primary or secondary residence pursuant to this section must be determined in the manner that motor vehicles are valued for property tax purposes. Procedure in case of suspected evasion or false return of personal property; notice to taxpayer; examination under oath. (c) The exemption allowed pursuant to subitem (a) of this item extends to real property owned by an organization described in subitem (a) and which qualifies as a tax exempt organization pursuant to Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3), when the real property is held for a future use by the organization that would qualify for the exemption allowed pursuant to subitem (a) of this item or held for investment by the organization in sole pursuit of the organization's exempt purposes and while held this real property is not rented or leased for a purpose unrelated to the exempt purposes of the organization and the use of the real property does not inure to the benefit of any private stockholder or individual. A boat or watercraft classified for property tax purposes as a primary or secondary residence pursuant to this section is not a watercraft or motor for purposes of Section 12-37-220(B)(38). If the county auditor shall suspect or be informed that any person has evaded making a return, has made a false return or has not made a full return of his personal property for taxation or that the valuation returned is less than it should have been, according to the rules prescribed by this chapter, he shall at any time before the settlement with the treasurer for the year, notify such person to appear before him at his office at a time fixed in such notice, together with such other person or persons as the auditor may desire to examine and such person, together with any witness called, shall be examined by the auditor under oath, touching the personal property and the value thereof of such person and everything which may tend to show the true amount such person should have returned for taxation.
Municipal authorities may copy assessments from county auditor's books. If the assessor discovers that any real property required by law to be assessed by the department has been omitted, he shall notify the department that the property has been omitted and the department is required to appraise and assess the omitted property. This registration, if adopted, is in lieu of any business license which is authorized pursuant to Section 4-9-30(12). (A) On January 1, 2017, any real property which was not on the South Carolina real property tax rolls solely because prior to the boundary clarification, as contained in the amendments in Section 1-1-10, effective January 1, 2017, it was considered located in North Carolina, must be placed on the South Carolina property tax rolls. Such additions shall include additional machinery and equipment installed in the plant. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 65-1639; 1952 Code Section 65-1639; 1942 Code Section 2722; 1932 Code Section 2722; Civ. Capital investment will be based upon the gross cost of assets in South Carolina as shown on the manufacturer's property tax and fee-in-lieu of property tax filings.
This exemption also extends to the surviving spouse of a qualified former POW for the lifetime or until the remarriage of the surviving spouse; (30) all inventories; (31) all real property of churches which extends beyond the buildings and premises actually occupied by the churches which own the real property if no profit or benefit from any operation on the churches' real property inures to the benefit of any private stockholder or individual and no income producing ventures are located on the churches' real property. (B) For purposes of this section, "low income housing" means housing intended for occupancy by households with incomes not exceeding eighty percent of area median income, adjusted for household size, as determined by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 65-1522.01; 1971 (57) 396. When a taxpayer has omitted or neglected to make a return of his property for taxation or has made a false return for or in any year, including business personal returns filed with the Department of Revenue, and the county auditor of the county in which the return should have been made is informed of that fact within the period of time within which the State may bring suit for the collection of the taxes, the auditor shall notify the defaulting taxpayer, or, if he is dead, his personal or legal representative, to appear before him at his office at a time set in the notice and shall assess the property not returned as prescribed in Sections 12-37-760 to 12-37-780. To enable such auditor to make up such statement, he may examine any person under oath and ascertain, from general reputation and his own knowledge of facts, the character and value of the personal property of the person thus absent or sick or refusing or neglecting to list or swear.
This exemption does not change any exemption provided for churches or other entities in item (3) of subsection A of this section and item (c), Section 3 of Article X of the Constitution of this State but is an additional exemption for churches as provided in this item; (32) all new corporate headquarters, corporate office facilities, distribution facilities, and all additions to existing corporate headquarters, corporate office facilities, or distribution facilities located in South Carolina, established or constructed, or placed in service, after June 27, 1988, are exempt from nonschool county ad valorem taxes for a period of five years from the time of establishment, construction, or being placed in service if the cost of the new construction or additions is fifty thousand dollars or more and seventy-five or more new jobs which are full-time or one hundred fifty or more substantially equivalent jobs are created in South Carolina. Fees for fire protection for property exempt under Section 12-37-220. Transfer of personal property titled by state or federal agencies; proration of taxes; exceptions. If notice must be given to a nonresident, the notice must be served by publication in some newspaper and by mailing a copy of it to the nonresident as prescribed for service of nonresidents by Title 15, and taxes must be assessed and collected as provided by statute. The auditor may return the lists so made up by him endorsed "Refused to List", "Refused to Swear", "Absent", or "Sick", as the case may be, and in his return, in tabular form, may write such words opposite the names of each of the persons so refusing or neglecting to list or swear or absent or sick.
The fee is an administrative fee and must not be based upon business income. Per capita income must be determined using the most recent per capita income data available as of the end of the taxable year in which the jobs are filled.
A county governing body may require a business registration throughout the entire county area and may impose an administrative fee not to exceed fifteen dollars. For purposes of this item, a qualifying facility means a business engaged in pharmaceutical, medicine, and related laboratory instrument manufacturing, processing, or research and development, or that manufactures qualifying machinery and equipment for use by solar and wind turbine energy producers, as well as manufacturers of qualifying batteries for alternative energy motor vehicles, that invests a minimum of one hundred million dollars in the project, as defined in Section 12-10-30(8), and creates at least two hundred new full-time jobs at the project with an average cash compensation level of at least one hundred fifty percent of the annual per capita income in this State or the county in which the facility is located, whichever is less.
87, Section 3, substituted "county taxes" for "State taxes". All counties shall have a full-time assessor, whose responsibility is appraising and listing all real property, whether exempted or not, except real property required by law to be assessed by the department and property owned by the federal government, state government, county government, or any of its political subdivisions and which is exempt from property taxation. All auditors, assessors and appointed appraisers from an assessor's office must attend educational courses required by the department. The business registration administrative fee may be billed on any property tax bill and is deemed to be property tax for the purposes of collection if so billed. Real property taxation and valuation; boundary clarification. Fuel, including but not limited to uranium, special nuclear material, nuclear fuel, fossil fuel, coal, cellulose, wood or solid, liquid or gaseous hydrocarbons, held by a public utility, an affiliated interest of such public utility as defined in Section or a subsidiary of such public utility, or held by a corporation, entity or trust for the use and benefit of such public utility under orders or regulations of the Public Service Commission, shall be deemed to be inventories of manufacturers; (7) all new manufacturing establishments located in any of the counties of this State after July 1, 1977, for five years from the time of establishment and all additions to the existing manufacturing establishments located in any of the counties of this State for five years from the time each such addition is made if the cost of such addition is fifty thousand dollars or more. The expenses to be allowed upon the examination provided for by Section 12-37-780 shall be for serving the notice or notices, the fees allowed to sheriffs and constables for serving a summons and, to witnesses, the fees allowed to witnesses in suits before a magistrate's court. In no event may the original cost be reduced by more than as provided in Section 12-37-935, except this limit is ninety percent for (1) custom molds and dies used in the conduct of manufacturing electronic interconnection component assembly devices for computers and computer peripherals; and (2) equipment used in the manufacture of tires by manufacturers who employ more than five thousand employees in this State and have over one billion dollars in capital investment in this State.
Assessors to be full time; responsibilities and duties. When any deed is recorded it shall be presented to the county assessor's office and have the endorsement of such office showing that the property has been identified and located on the records of the assessor's office. Auditors, assessors, and appraisers shall attend educational courses. In the calculation of the assessed value of property subject to property tax, the result must be rounded to the nearest ten dollars and this rounded amount is deemed the assessed value of the property. The business registration authorized by this section must be administered and enforced in the same manner as the business license tax described in Section 4-9-30(12), but must not be converted into a business license tax as described in that provision. (A) Pursuant to the provisions of Section 3, Article X of the State Constitution and subject to the provisions of Section 12-4-720, there is exempt from ad valorem taxation: (1) all property of the State, counties, municipalities, school districts, Water and Sewer Authorities and other political subdivisions, if the property is used exclusively for public purposes, and it shall be the duty of the Department of Revenue and county assessor to determine whether such property is used exclusively for public purposes; (2) all property of all schools, colleges, and other institutions of learning and all charitable institutions in the nature of hospitals and institutions caring for the infirmed, the handicapped, the aged, children and indigent persons, except where the profits of such institutions are applied to private use; (3) all property of all public libraries, churches, parsonages, and burying grounds, but this exemption for real property does not extend beyond the buildings and premises actually occupied by the owners of the real property; (4) all property of all charitable trusts and foundations used exclusively for charitable and public purposes, but this exemption for real property does not extend beyond the buildings and premises actually occupied by the owners of the real property; (5) all household goods and furniture used in the home of the owner of such goods and furniture, such to include built-in equipment such as ranges, dishwashers and disposals, but this exemption shall not apply to household goods used in hotels, rooming houses, apartments, or other places of business; (6) all inventories of manufacturers, except manufactured articles which have been offered for sale at retail or which have been available for sale at retail. Included in this definition are the following North American Industrial Classification Systems, NAICS Codes published by the Office of Management and Budget of the federal government: (i) 3254 Pharmaceutical and Medical Manufacturing; (ii) 334516 Analytical Laboratory Instrument Manufacturing. 270; 1881 (17) 1006; 1926 (34) 981; 1964 (53) 2395; 1967 (55) 933; 1972 (57) 2467; 1975 (59) 248; 1977 Act No. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 65-1501; 1952 Code Section 65-1501; 1942 Code Section 2577; 1932 Code Section 2577; Civ. A doctor's statement is required stating that the person's disease has caused these same ambulatory difficulties. 280, Section 7, provides as follows: "The incentives offered in this act apply only to projects receiving a certification of completion from the Department of Health and Environmental Control after the effective date of this act." 2003 Act No. JJ, provide as follows: "Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the amendment to Section 12-37-220(B)(11) of the 1976 Code, made pursuant to Section 7I, Act 334 of 2002, is effective for property tax years beginning after 2001." 2005 Act No. 266; 1881 (17) 1005; 1928 (35) 1245; 1973 (58) 764; 1986 Act No. But if he shall find the party committed merely an unintentional mistake in his return, he shall add such amount as he may deem just to such return and charge the person with the simple taxes thereon. To qualify for the exemption, the dwelling house must be the domicile of the person who qualifies for the exemption. The recapture amount is deemed property tax for all purposes for payment and collection. 399, Section 3(Q)(1), eff August 17, 2000; 2000 Act No. Additionally, the individual or his agent must provide any proof the assessor requires pursuant to Section 12-43-220(c)(2)(iv). A, eff June 14, 2006 applicable for property tax years beginning after 2005; 2007 Act No. (d) To qualify for the exemption allowed by this item, a trust must be a trust that is established solely for the benefit of a religious organization. 404, Section 6(E), eff October 3, 2000; 2001 Act No. One other qualifying boat or watercraft owned by an individual that cannot be considered a primary residence, or one other qualifying boat or watercraft owned by another person shall be considered a secondary residence for purposes of ad valorem property taxation. 66, Section 1, eff June 7, 2007, applicable for travel trailer or boat or watercraft property tax years beginning after 2006; 2010 Act No. Consideration of federal or state income tax credits for low income housing with respect to valuation of real property for property tax purposes. Taxes for township, school, municipal and all other purposes provided for or allowed by law shall be levied on the same assessment, which shall be that made for county taxes. (C) The lien date for property taxes is the date on which the property tax becomes a fixed liability of the taxpayer. For equipment that serves a dual purpose of production and pollution control, the value eligible for the ad valorem exemption is the difference in cost between this equipment and equipment of similar production capacity or capability without the ability to control pollution. The department may set forth a depreciation allowance, instead of the depreciation allowance provided in this section, not to exceed twenty-five percent where the taxpayer can provide relevant data concerning a useful life of the machinery and equipment which is different from the period shown in this section.