Loudoun County Commissioner of the Revenue Robert S. Wertz Jr. recently issued notices of business tax filing requirements to business owners for tax year 2024. The notice provides the necessary account number to enable taxpayers to report by March 1, 2024, their calendar year 2023 gross receipts at loudoun.gov/efile. The license tax or fee can then be paid at loudoun.gov/paytaxes. The filing of receipts and payment of the tax are due by midnight March 1.
Owners of business equipment that was located in Loudoun County on January 1, 2024, must declare it for taxation to the Commissioner of the Revenue at loudoun.gov/efile. The reporting of original cost, year of purchase and item description is due by midnight, March 1, 2024. Semi-annual bills for this equipment will be issued by the Loudoun County Treasurer and will be due in May and October.
Owners of businesses within one of Loudoun’s incorporated towns should contact the respective town regarding local license renewal. The reporting of business equipment is made to the Commissioner of the Revenue for all businesses in the county whether within or outside of an incorporated town.
For more information or filing assistance, visit loudoun.gov/cor or contact the Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue by email or 703-777-0260. Regular office hours are weekdays, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Note that the office in the Loudoun County Government Center in Leesburg is undergoing renovations that may result in longer wait times for in-person customers. So that the office may better serve residents, taxpayers are encouraged to email or call prior to visiting the office.
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