Finance & Budget
The Camden County Finance and Budget Department makes a continual effort to provide the best financial management possible.
The Department functions as a resource service to Camden County. The Department is tasked to use County resources and provide true stewardship of public’s funds. Our records are open to the public and many reports issued by date are available on the Financial Reports page.
The Camden County Finance and Budget Department is responsible for the financial services and general financial operations of the governmental unit as a whole. Some of the services provided by this department include:
- Management of County debt,
- Management of investments and cash,
- Financial planning,
- Payroll administration,
- Property and liability management,
- Maintenance of fixed assets, and
- Prepare financial reports to measure results.
5 Year Tax History
State of Georgia 2023 Property Tax Relief Grant
The one-time Property Tax Relief Grant is a budget proposal by Governor Brian Kemp to refund $950 million in property taxes back to homestead owners in the Amended Fiscal Year 2023 budget. This proposal became law when Governor Kemp signed HB 18 on March 13, 2023. The Property Tax Relief Grant may also be known as the Homestead Tax Relief Grant.
With $950 million appropriated to the Department of Revenue in the Amended Fiscal Year 2023 budget, the Department of Revenue will be able to reduce the assessed value of Georgia homesteads by $18,000 (Ga. Const. Art. VII, §IIA, Para. I).
More information, including FAQs, is available on the Georgia Department of Revenue website.
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