7 11, 2018

Nassau County 2020-21 Re-assessment & How It Affects You

2018-11-13T13:12:17+00:00

These are confusing times to be a Nassau County taxpayer.  Recently you may have received a 2020-21 “Assessment Disclosure Notice” regarding the county’s recent reassessment from Nassau County Department of Assessment.The letter you received pertains to the 2020-21 tax year, these tax bills are not released until October 1, 2020 (School)/January 2, 2021 (General).  It [...]

Nassau County 2020-21 Re-assessment & How It Affects You2018-11-13T13:12:17+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
12 01, 2018

Why You Should Not Scramble To Make A Prepayment On Your 2018 Property Tax Bill written

2018-02-08T08:57:42+00:00

Before you scramble to prepay the tax bill on your property, verify that the deduction is allowed by the IRS. The IRS Tax Property has stated that not every taxpayer can prepay his or her property tax bill . -Before the changes take effect, taxpayers can perform year-end tax actions like prepaying the property taxes [...]

Why You Should Not Scramble To Make A Prepayment On Your 2018 Property Tax Bill written2018-02-08T08:57:42+00:00