Hurricane Sandy Victims Could Receive Tax Assessment Relief

 

 

From New Jersey 101.5:

Hurricane Ravaged Homes Could Mean Tax Assessment Reduction [AUDIO]
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If your home suffered significant damage or was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, you may qualify for a reduction in your assessment for the tax year 2013 under New Jersey law. John Moore, Getty Images. The damage has to have taken place between October
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