We are pleased to announce two upcoming user group sessions scheduled for October. The dates and times are listed below and both sessions will take place at Avitar’s office in Chichester. Both sessions will focus on new features of the Avitar Assessing software application, as well as general assessing topics and user questions.
- Tuesday, October 25th, 2016 at 10:00 am
- Thursday, October 27th, 2016 at 10:00 am
We want to make sure we do not exceed the capacity of our conference room so if you are planning on attending either of the sessions, please email us or call the office at 798-4419 to indicate your session preference. If you’ve never been to our office before you can consult our web site for our location and a map.
We look forward to seeing you in October.
Within the last week, we’ve received several calls from users that are unable to print multiple copies of reports at the same time from their Avitar software. If you are experiencing a similar issue, here’s what you need to know:
We wanted to send a quick reminder to those of you with a fiscal year ending June 30th. First is a summary of your options for when you actually execute your year end. Second are a few links to documents that can assist you with finalizing your MS-61 Report and generating a database backup. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce two upcoming user group sessions scheduled for March. The dates and times are listed below and both sessions will take place at Avitar’s office in Chichester. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce two upcoming user group sessions scheduled for March. The dates and times are listed below and both sessions will take place at Avitar’s office in Chichester.
Solar energy is becoming increasingly popular and systems are being installed across the State. In the past, there has been very little data to analyze in determining if these solar energy systems add to market value or not. We have been tracking this information and collecting data and will begin assessing these systems State-wide. In the meantime, you may want to consider adopting a solar energy exemption before any future assessments become an issue.
Many of you were able to attend our breakout vendor session at the annual New Hampshire Tax Collectors’ Association conference back in October. You may remember we devoted a portion of that time to previewing the next Tax Collect system update. You may also be wondering when you’ll be getting the update we discussed. You’ll be receiving part of the update in the next week or so. And the rest of the update you’ll be receiving in early 2016. Here’s what we mean:
As some of you may have noticed, this year the DRA changed the appearance of their Municipal Tax Rate Calculation form (the page that shows the individual components of your municipal tax rate) to a more compact format. What you may not have noticed on the form is that the DRA also changed the order in which they list the individual tax rate components. Continue reading
Approximately a month ago, MAAP quietly implemented a change that increased the size of the lien holder identification field from five to six digits in order to accommodate increasing numbers of lien holders. Recently MAAP has begun to issue six digit lien holder identification numbers, which has caused a problem within Avitar Clerk/MV as the original specification still specified only five character values. If you have experienced this problem we now have a fix we can apply for you. But first, some background. Continue reading
As you may be aware, the wording on the standard Affidavit of Execution of Tax Lien (Report of Tax Lien as required by RSA 80:64) has been challenged in the court case “Town of Northumberland vs. Gadway.” As a result, you may wish to file a corrective/confirmatory affidavit to your registry of deeds for your 2014 lien prior to September 30th, 2015, just to be safe. More on that below, but first the details as we understand them.