The County of San Diego owes 1,360 residents and businesses more than a half-million dollars in tax refunds, which some of the recipients must claim by Sept. 8 or lose, a county official said Thursday.
Everyone has seen San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector, Dan McAllister’s name on an envelope in their mailbox, right? He says, “by state law, refunds that go unclaimed will be rolled back into the county general fund,” so better check to see if you are owed money.
The county on Thursday published a list of the 1,360 residents and businesses owed a combined total of $554,567, with the list broken into three categories: property tax refunds, making up $237,879 of the total amount; money from various county departments, making up $241,170 of the total; and superior court money, which accounts for $75,517 of the total combined refund.
Dan’s not always asking for money. In the past five years, McAllister’s office has refunded nearly $400,000 in overpaid taxes and fees, but the treasurer-tax collector said more money has gone unclaimed.
Just checked and we are NOT owed any money at this time. L Maybe you will have some luck!