Washington Township officials are planning to have a revaluation of township properties performed due to a large number of tax appeals, but the work will not be able to be done this year, officials said this week
Washinton Township Appeals Prompts Revaluation
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
NJ Tax Appeals: Do It On ... From Bankrate.com Home prices are falling everywhere, but homeowners hoping for lower property taxes may find themselves disappointed when the bill arrives. If you think your home’s
Tax Appeals In Atlantic C... As property values continue to fall and tax rates soar, homeowners are filing assessment appeals in record numbers -an increase of over 33% from 2010. The county
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
Fairlawn Tax Appeals Trig... From The Fair Lawn Patch: To combat the dramatic increase in the number of tax appeals being lost by the borough in recent years, a reassessment, which
Lakewood Tax Appeals Coul... Lakewood budget projects tax hike Asbury Park Press Township Manager Michael Muscillo said the increases are largely caused by $1.7 million set aside for property
AC Casino Tax Appeals To ... As witnessed in AC, as more commercial industries file assessment appeals, tax burdens will by necessity shift to residential homeowner's to compensate for resulting budget shortfalls.
Trenton Proposed Tax Rate... 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
Bergen County Tax Appeals... The record pace of appeals inundating tax boards in Bergen County and counties throughout New Jersey for the last few years has slowed significantly this year.
For Homeowners Seeking Ta... From New Jersey Herald: For desperate homeowners, meanwhile, the opportunity to obtain a reduced property assessment — and, by extension, a break on their property taxes
Atlantic City Borrows Fun... From Press of Atlantic City: Atlantic City Council votes to borrow $102 million to settle tax-appeal debts By EMILY PREVITI Staff Writer pressofAtlanticCity.com …More at Press