|A Citizens' Guide to The Use Value Taxation Program in Virginia||May 1, 2009||448-037|
|Direct Marketers and the Virginia Sales Tax||May 26, 2009||448-073|
|Does Use Value Taxation Hold Potential to Lower Farmers' Property Tax Bills?||May 1, 2009||448-036|
|Frequently Asked Questions About Virginia's Use Value Assessment Program||Sep 24, 2015||AAEC-39P (AAEC-102P)|
|General Permit Requirements for Confined Animal Feeding Operations in Virginia||
A new waste management permit for confined animal feeding operations was adopted by the Virginia State Water Control Board on September 19, 1994, and became effective on November 16, 1994. The new regulation is referred to as the Virginia Pollution Abatement (VPA) General Permit Regulation for Confined Animal Feeding Operations [VR-680-14-22]. The purpose of this publication is to help producers understand who must have a permit to manage animal waste, how to apply for a permit, and the basic requirements contained in the general permit.
|May 1, 2009||446-049|
|Insuring Farm Use Vehicles||
In a previous article that I wrote entitled "Farm Use or F-Tags ," I explained the different requirements according to Virginia law for "farm use" vehicles and vehicles registered with "F-tags." After writing this article, I had several questions regarding the fact that farm use vehicles do not have to be insured. Make no mistake; farm use vehicles are NOT required to be insured by Virginia law. However, even though Virginia law does not require farm use vehicles to be insured, it does not mean that insuring farm use vehicles is not a good idea.
|Aug 4, 2009||2906-1362|
|Managing Liability||Jan 30, 2013||CV-25P|
|Methods and Procedures: Determining the Use Value of Agricultural and Horticultural Land in Virginia||
Virginia law allows for localities adopting a program of special assessments for agriculture, horticulture, forestry and/or open space lands for their land to be taxed based on the value of the land in one of these four uses (use value) instead of its market value. This document describes methods and procedures used to calculate use values for agriculture and horticulture land based on an income and rental rate approach.
|Aug 3, 2016||446-011 (AAEC-118NP)|
|Why Use-value Estimates Can Differ Between Counties||
During September of each year, annual use-value estimates for the upcoming tax-year are voted on for acceptance by the State Land Evaluation Advisory Council (SLEAC)1 the governing body of the use-value estimate program. The Council’s voting members include Virginia’s: Tax Commissioner, Commissioner of Agriculture, State Forester, Director of the Department of Conservation and Recreation, and the Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech. One month prior to the September meeting, use-value estimates are presented for public review. The September meeting allows for discussion, explanation, and comments regarding the estimates before a final vote. All the meetings are open to interested individuals to ask questions on values and methods.
|May 1, 2009||446-013|