It can come as a huge surprise when you find out you owe the state of Louisiana for either income or property taxes. If you suspect you owe the state of Louisiana, you want to locate accurate information about you debt, including how much you owe. Luckily finding out how much you owe the state of Louisiana is relatively easy when searching Louisiana government websites.
Go to the Louisiana Department of Revenue website. Click on "income tax question" to inquire about how much you owe Louisiana for state income taxes.
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Fill out and submit the online form, including your contact information and last four digits of your Social Security number. You may also want to detail the actual tax years you have questions about regarding your debt. For example, if you aren't sure what Louisiana state income tax you owe for year 2005 and 2006, specify that in "your inquiry" field. Alternately, you can call the Louisiana Department of Revenue directly.
Visit the Louisiana Tax Commission website to determine what Louisiana property tax you may owe. Select the parish you live in from the drop down menu and the tax year in question. Search by "Property Address," "Assessment No," Subdivision Name" or "Legal Description" of your property. Scroll through the results and select the one that describes your property.
Click "generate report." Open your tax assessment bill and note the amount due.
Mary Cole resides in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area and works as an engineer for a major wireless company. She began writing professionally in 1999. Cole holds a Bachelor of Arts from Trinity College and attended film school at Columbia University in New York City.