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What is an administrative appeal?
Virginia Code § 58.1-3703.1 provides that any person assessed with a local license tax as a result of an appealable event may file an administrative appeal of the assessment within one year from the last day of the tax year for which such assessment is made or within one year from the date of the appealable event, whichever is later, with the Commissioner of the Revenue or other local assessing official. An appealable event is defined as an increase in the assessment of a local license tax payable by a taxpayer, the denial of a refund, or the assessment of a local license tax where none previously was assessed. Business license, tangible personal property, machinery and tools, and transient occupancy taxes may also be appealed under Virginia Code § 58.1-3980 within three years from the last day of the tax year for which such assessment is made or within one year from the date of the assessment, whichever is later.

Commissioner of Revenue - Administrative Appeals

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1. How can I correct an error in my business tax filing?
2. What is an administrative appeal?
3. How do I file an appeal?
4. When will my taxes be due if I am appealing my assessment?
5. What if I disagree with the determination by the Commissioner of Revenue?