The New York City Department of Finance A Look at the City’s Money Managers

The New York City Department of Finance (DOF) is the city's revenue service, taxing authority and recorder of deeds. It collects more than $39 billion (yes, with a 'b') per year in revenue, and values more than 1 million properties collectively appraised at more than $988 billion. The department is headed by Jacques Jiha, appointed as commissioner by Mayor Bill De Blasio in April of 2014. 

A DOF Snapshot

The Department of Finance is composed of seven different divisions:

The City Registrar

Payments, Audit, and Collections

Parking and Violations


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