8 01, 2019

Understanding Your Nassau County Assessment Disclosure Notice

2019-01-14T12:35:00+00:00

Nassau County’s Assessment Disclosure Notice has been sent out to the residents facing potential real estate tax changes. These changes will affect the 2020-21 tax year and should be thoroughly understood by every county resident. The county used comps, or comparative recent sales in your neighborhood, to perform the reassessments. The level of assessment [...]

Understanding Your Nassau County Assessment Disclosure Notice2019-01-14T12:35:00+00:00
26 12, 2018

What to Do if You Received a Nassau County Tax Impact Notice?

2019-01-14T12:33:38+00:00

Nassau County homeowners are experiencing an increase of irritation and skepticism amidst receiving tax impact statements both in their mailboxes and online. These property reassessments, made by the county, detail possible increases in property value for over 50% of homeowners. Sent out November 1st, tax notices revealed the new assessments to all county residents. [...]

What to Do if You Received a Nassau County Tax Impact Notice?2019-01-14T12:33:38+00:00
12 12, 2018

Everything You Need to Know About Tax Grievance on Long Island

2019-01-16T09:22:26+00:00

What Information Do You Need To Know About Tax Grievance? What a tax grievance is How property taxes are assessed How to qualify for a tax grievance Do you need a professional to grieve your taxes? What is a tax grievance?  A tax grievance occurs when the property owner feels they are overpaying on [...]

Everything You Need to Know About Tax Grievance on Long Island2019-01-16T09:22:26+00:00
31 10, 2018

Nassau County Grievance Filing On Property Tax

2018-10-24T12:55:58+00:00

As of 2 January 2018, The Nassau County Department of Assessment carried out an assessment on each property in the region. At times, the assessments might be inaccurate. The question here is “What would you do if you got an inaccurate property assessment?” Well, you can make an appeal whereby you fill an application with [...]

Nassau County Grievance Filing On Property Tax2018-10-24T12:55:58+00:00
24 10, 2018

Save Money By Appealing Your Property Tax Assessment

2018-10-24T12:16:40+00:00

Many homeowners are not aware that it is possible to reduce the property taxes that they pay. Each year, they nonchalantly look or wince at the escrow notice on their mortgage and pay up without giving it a second thought. Just 2% percent of all homeowners appeal their property tax assessments (the first step when [...]

Save Money By Appealing Your Property Tax Assessment2018-10-24T12:16:40+00:00
16 10, 2018

Learn How Property is Assessed and How Tax Grieve Works

2018-10-17T11:26:48+00:00

How Property is Assessed The initial step in property assessment is to determine its actual market value. In order to estimate the market value, it is the work of an assessor to learn and get familiar with the real estate market in a given location. In most cases, there are three major ways in which [...]

Learn How Property is Assessed and How Tax Grieve Works2018-10-17T11:26:48+00:00
24 04, 2018

Five Reasons For Hiring A Tax Grievance Company When You File A Tax Grievance

2018-09-14T15:54:44+00:00

It is indeed possible to file a tax grievance on your own. You just need to have the capacity to research on the market value of your property, complete your grievance petition and explain your position through a written supporting letter. Having said that, we advise you to engage an expert and let them handle [...]

Five Reasons For Hiring A Tax Grievance Company When You File A Tax Grievance2018-09-14T15:54:44+00:00
16 03, 2018

Why All Homeowners in Nassau County Should File A Tax Grievance

2018-04-03T09:20:46+00:00

Perhaps you are not aware that many Nassau County homeowners are lowering their annual property taxes by filing a tax grievance. Today, 216,000 out of the 365,000 households in the county are using this method to save on their property taxes. Maybe the reason you have not grieved for a long time (if at all) [...]

Why All Homeowners in Nassau County Should File A Tax Grievance2018-04-03T09:20:46+00:00
14 03, 2018

9 Tips That Can Assist You To Reduce Your Property Taxes

2018-03-14T12:53:57+00:00

Whereas the majority of us are undoubtedly conversant with our income taxes (even if it is just in anticipation of a refund), a lot of people do not pay much attention to the tax value of their property. This is unfortunate because according to National Taxpayers Union estimates, overvaluation during the payment property tax affects [...]

9 Tips That Can Assist You To Reduce Your Property Taxes2018-03-14T12:53:57+00:00
12 12, 2017

Nassau County’s Carry Forward Policy Found To Be Unjust

2017-12-12T15:17:17+00:00

The Carry Forward policy in Nassau County allows property owners to enjoy annual tax reductions continuously. Nassau's Assessment Review Commission gives settlement offers to people who appeal against the tax assessment on their houses. Those who repeat the appeal every year get reductions that are automatically carried forward in the group of people who negotiate [...]

Nassau County’s Carry Forward Policy Found To Be Unjust2017-12-12T15:17:17+00:00
12 05, 2017

Long Island School Budget’s Increase Property Taxes

2017-11-06T22:05:26+00:00

Long Island's school spending may increase to an average of 2.35% for the 2017 - 2018 school years, with school increasing by up to 1.73% more compared to the 2017's current hikes, yet only within state tax-cap restrictions for the large majority of districts. According to the state Education Department, specifically from the figures they [...]

Long Island School Budget’s Increase Property Taxes2017-11-06T22:05:26+00:00
27 02, 2017

E-mails: Tax abatement end notifications did reach Edward Mangano’s staff

2017-11-06T22:05:26+00:00

    Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano received a warning Last July that in 2017 the popular tax cut which averaged one hundred and sixty six dollars would no longer be applied. Even though he was warned about it, Mangano failed to inform about 44 thousand senior citizens who did get the abatement concerning the [...]

E-mails: Tax abatement end notifications did reach Edward Mangano’s staff2017-11-06T22:05:26+00:00