How to File a NJ Property Tax Appeal

How to File a NJ Property Tax Appeal

How to File a NJ Property Tax Appeal

Date & Time:

    Wednesday, February 12th, 2020, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Category: Education

Skill Level: Beginner

Age Range: Adults

Location: Train Station

Cost: $0.00 per Student

This class has ended.

Class Description

What will the student learn in this class?

This class breaks down everything you will need to know about filing an NJ Property Tax Appeal including: Understanding the basis of an NJ property tax assessment How to know if an assessment is fair? The NJ Property Tax Appeal Hearing Process Good evidence to present for property tax reassessment Special rules for commercial properties

Instructor will provide the following supplies:

Light Refreshments

Students must bring the following supplies:

Pen & Paper

Full Description:

Are you considering filing a property tax appeal? We break down everything you need to know to appeal your NJ Property Taxes. Property taxes are the result of the local budget process and cannot be appealed, but your property’s assessment may be. Any taxpayer considering an appeal should understand that he/she must prove that his/her assessed value is unreasonable compared to a market value standard.

About  Askin & Hooker, Llc Attorneys At Law

Askin & Hooker, Llc Attorneys At Law

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