B&O TAX

Finance Department | 409 S Kanawha St Beckley, WV 25801

You can now register or renew your municipal license fee and register for yard sales online using this link.

You are now able to file and pay your B&O taxes online

The Finance Department of the City is administered by the Recorder/Treasurer, who is the designated Chief Financial Officer of the City.

The department is comprised of the Recorder/Treasurer, Controller, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Tax Office, and Human Resources, and is located at City Hall, 409 South Kanawha Street, Beckley, WV.

If you have questions concerning the income and/or expenditures of the City, Business and Occupation taxes, or other financial questions relating to the business of the City, you should contact the Recorder/Treasurer’s office.

If you have questions concerning B&O Taxes or municipal licenses please call 304-256-1758.

Heather A. Richmond

B&O Tax Clerk

Contact Information
Mailing Address: PO Box 2514 Beckley, WV 25802
Physical Address: 409 S Kanawha Street
Phone: 304-256-1758
Fax: 304-256-1767
Email: heather.richmond@beckley.org

Documents

Attention Landlords:

Pursuant to Chapter 13, Article II, Section 13-215 of the Code of the Ordinances, City of Beckley, West Virginia, the City began collecting Business & Occupation Tax on Class 4 rental property on July 1, 2015. Based on audited real estate tax records, notification letters were mailed to property owners at that time. The Code of Ordinances specifies that this tax shall be paid at 1% of the gross income of any such rental activity.

REFERENCE –

Sec. 13-215. – Business of furnishing property for hire.

(a) For every person engaging or continuing within this city in the business of furnishing any real or tangible personal property, which has a tax situs in this city, or any interest therein, for hire, loan, lease or otherwise, whether the return be in the form of rentals, royalties, fees or otherwise, the tax shall be one (1) per cent of the gross income of any such activity.

(b) The term “tangible personal property”, as used herein shall not include money or public securities.

(Code 1971, § 23-16)

State Law reference— Similar provisions, W. Va. Code, § 11-13-2i.