Trenton Proposed Tax Rate Hike Contends For Highest In The State

 


The Times of Trenton – NJ.com

From Trenton Times:

If approved, Trenton property tax hike would make the city's tax rate the
The Times of Trenton – NJ.com
“I used to think I paid the right amount of property tax,” he said while sitting on the porch of his home in the city's Island neighborhood. “It was reasonable and I got good services. I was not one of those people who complained about New Jersey
...

 

 

email

Similar Articles

Assessing Your Assessemen... Fair to say,  if you are living in New Jersey, you are probably paying more property taxes than you should. The National Taxpayers Union, in fact, estimates
Morris County Sees Smalle... Residential property taxes in Morris County increased at a lower rate than the state average from 2013 to 2014, according to state tax reports and a Daily
Englewood Considers Bond ... From NorthJersey.com: The city council is considering bonding $3.5 million to pay for approximately 100 tax appeals that are close to receiving judgment ….More at Englewood council considers
Rutherford Plans Revaluat... From NorthJersey.com: Both the state and county have ordered Rutherford to carry out a borough-wide revaluation of all property values to their true market value. And it
More Judges To Hear NJ Ta... From NJBIZ: For New Jersey's backlog of property tax appeals, more help is on the way….via Tax court getting more judges to help with buildup of cases
Legislation Would Advise ...   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
Reducing New Jersey’... The possibility of reducing property taxes by consolidating the 565 municipalities of New Jersey was called into question in a recent study conducted by the Rutgers University’s
We Can Make This Easy Or ...   An article by Dave Sheingold in today’s Record highlights a trend regarding real estate tax appeals in New Jersey which we have seen develop in recent
Increasing Number of Tax ... From National Real Estate Investor: State governments desperate to feed municipal coffers are pushing more property tax appeals into litigation, and property owners are finding it difficult
Comparables As “Ar...   Homeowners I find will often make the often fatal mistake of using distressed sales as comparables, assuming this is allowable. What needs to be understood is
Opt-Out For Towns Using P...   Asbury Park Press Monmouth Tax Board: Towns can opt out of pilot program Asbury Park Press For towns that stay in the pilot program, the Tax