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My question is about residential tax assessment, once I was

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my question is about residential tax assessment, once I was eligible for the 4% and I failed to report my changes and was back taxed for the years 2012,13 and 14 at the 6%. My problem is when did the penalty changed from 10% plus interest to 100% of the taxes paid plus interest ?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Tax
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Expert:  Robin D. replied 1 year ago.

Hello

You could look to the changes made in 2006 in South Carolina. Taxpayers who qualify for legal residence also qualify for additional relief as provided in the Property Tax Reform Act of 2006. This relief is applied to 100% of the school operating portion of the millage.

If the property is not legal residence then the tax is applied without the tax relief from school tax.

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