Property Tax Appeals On The Rise

 

 
Despite property tax appeal buildup, there is hope for resolution
NJBIZ
Still, the court and tax attorneys point to the addition of new judges as a sign of better things to come. Kathi Fiamingo was sworn in this spring as the seventh tax court judge, filling a vacancy left by a retirement in January 2013, while Judge

 

 

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