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The North Carolina Tax Collectors’ Association is a professional organization made of tax revenue directors and personnel representing counties and municipalities from all over the state of North Carolina. Learn more about NCTCA.

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2022 Awards Nominations


On behalf of the NCTCA Awards Committee, we are seeking nominations for the Tax Collector and Outstanding Tax Employee of the Year.

New Combined NCTCA/NCAAO Website to be implemented



Recently retired Franklin County Tax Administrator Dan Williams has graciously volunteered a lot of his time the past couple of months to pulling together a new, combined NCAAO and NCTCA website for all of us to utilize.    

2022 Spring Conference

On behalf of this year’s President, Marcus Kinrade and the NCTCA Conference Committee we would like to invite each of you to the NCTCA Spring Conference being held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton in Concord, NC.

Educational Tracks & Associated Events

Fundamentals of Property Tax Collection March 2022

There is still time to register for the School of Government’s Fundamentals of Property Tax Collection program. The program will be held online March 1-4, 2022, via Zoom.

Local Government Fundamentals Course offered virtually February 2022

The School of Government is offering its Local Government Fundamentals course online through Zoom this February 22 - 24, 2022 from 9 a.m. through 1 p.m. each day! The course focuses on fundamental aspects of local government and is intended for municipal and county employees who are new to local government or who have few opportunities for continuing education.

Board and Directors Membership Changes

Vice President, Brian Myers is now the Tax Administrator for Catawba County effective October 1st. 
Lori Mathes has stepped down as Treasurer and was replaced by Vann Harrell, from Union County in a special meeting held virtually October 11th. Mr. Harrell was then replaced as a Director representing District III by David Thrift, Tax Administrator for Cabarrus County. 
All relevant pages on the website have been updated.
Minutes from the special meeting

SOG Property Tax Collection Law course Sept. 28 - Oct 1

Join Chris McLaughlin from the UNC SOG for “Fundamentals of Property Tax Collection Law” to be offered remotely via Zoom the last week of September.  20 continuing education credit hours available.  Register here:

2021 Spring Conference Registration Open

Information and Registration links for the 2021 Spring Conference are now available.
Click here or find the information under "Training & Events" in the menu above.

2021 Conference Update

The conference committee met and discussed the various options that are available to our organization at this time. After surveying counties across the state, the overwhelming response was to hold the conference in August instead of May. This is due to limited travel funds and travel bans that currently exist in various counties as well as continued restrictions on the amount of people that can fit inside of our conference space. We are hopeful that things will continue to improve with the pandemic situation.

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