Author: Peter Jordan
Princeton U Settles Tax Dispute For $18.2 mil

Princeton University has agreed to pay $18.2 million over the next several years to settle claims brought by a group of local residents that the university was improperly claiming property tax exemptions on facilities that actually are used as money-making enterprises. The university announced the settlement, which will end five years of litigation, on Oct. […]

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Deadline For NJ Tax Appeals Draws Near

  Bу Eric Obernauer Nеw Jersey Herald   Fог tһоѕе wһо Ьеӏіеνе they're paying tоо mυсһ property tax аnԁ аге thinking оf filing аn appeal, tһе annual April 1 deadline fог mоѕt people tо ԁо ѕо іѕ rapidly drawing near.   Tһаt deadline іѕ extended tо Mау 1 fог property owners іn еіtһег оf tһе […]

Legislation Would Advise Homeowners Of Right To Appeal Taxes

  From: NJ Spotlight Letting Property Owners Know They Can Challenge Annual Tax Assessments NJ Spotlight The push to raise awareness for property tax appeals comes as hundreds of thousands of New Jersey homeowners have been facing pressure in recent years from two ends of the property tax equation. The average New Jersey property tax […]

Why Not Everyone Embraces The Idea Of A Reval

  In many towns throughout New Jersey, property assessment values have failed to be adjusted relative to their market (or “True”) values.  In towns such as Jersey City — where assessments are as much as thirty-years old and the market values of properties have increased steadily — individual property tax bills reflect widespread inequities. Because […]

Tax-Exempted Properties May No Longer Be Excluded

  NorthJersey.com North Jersey towns reassess tax-exempt status for hospitals after key ruling NorthJersey.com The case “is a huge potential game-changer when it comes to property tax exemptions,” said David Wolfe, a New Jersey attorney who specializes in property tax appeals. “I think you will see other municipalities challenging hospital exemptions.” Bianco's … and more » …via […]

Reassessments May Be Headed Your Way

  MyCentralJersey.com Are you fairly taxed? NJ targets towns on assessments MyCentralJersey.com That’s the primary reason why the number of tax appeals continues to drop in Somerset County, where most towns update property assessments every year, Vance said. Municipalities used to perform property revaluations at intervals of several years, Vance …  …via Are you fairly taxed? […]

NJ Towns May Be Forced To Conduct Tax Revals

Patch.com From The Westfield Patch: N.J. Says These Towns Must Reassess – And Could Have Much Higher Tax Bills Patch.com Revaluations can be unpopular, and property owners can get higher tax bills after the value of their properties is reassessed. Those include Jersey City in Hudson County, Elizabeth in Union County and Dunellen in Middlesex […]

NJ Property Tax Reinbursement Program Saves Seniors Money

From MyCentralJersey.com: Many New Jersey senior citizens do not know about program that can bring them money every year…via  can bring cold casProperty tax freezeh to seniors – MyCentralJersey.com   Here are some other tax appeal sites I found for you to browse. Thanks for visiting njpropertytaxappeal.net.NJ Property Tax Reinbursement Program Saves Seniors MoneyNJ Property […]

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