Property owners looking for ways to reduce expenses may consider filing an appeal of the property’s 2011 local property tax assessment. The New Jersey Tax Court and County Boards of Taxation are flooded with appeals filed by owners who are asserting that their property values have declined and that a reduction of a property’s assessment and taxes is warranted as a result.
McKirdy& Riskin’s attorneys have successfully prosecuted taxpayers’ appeals throughout New Jersey before the Tax Court and various County Boards of Taxation in tax appeals involving properties of all kinds. In order to contest a 2011 assessment, appeals must be filed by April 1, 2011, unless a municipality is undergoing a municipal-wide reassessment or revaluation or later filing deadline is ordered. If an appeal is not filed on time, the opportunity for lower taxes in 2011 may be lost.
For a complimentary evaluation to determine the viability of pursuing a tax appeal on your behalf, or for additional information concerning property tax appeals, please contact McKirdy & Riskin partner Thomas Olson, Esq. at 973-539-8900, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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