Deadline For Filing NJ Tax Appeal Draws Near

 


New Jersey Herald

Deadline near for tax appeals
New Jersey Herald
As of last month, all homeowners were mailed the annual property record card showing their homes' current value assessments for tax purposes along with the total amount of property taxes billed last year. With recently released data showing New Jersey

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