Ask the Tax Griever



Q. CAN THEY RAISE MY TAXES BECAUSE I FILED A GRIEVANCE?

A. NO. Under no circumstances can your taxes be raised due to filing a tax grievance. Your assessment can only go down or remain the same. Taxes will continue to be increased by the local municipalities.


Q. WILL ANYONE FROM THE ASSESSOR’S OFFICE COME TO MY HOUSE?

A. No one from the assessor’s office will come to your home.


Q. I THINK MY TAXES ARE LOW, AND I DON’T WANT TO RAISE A RED FLAG.

A. Even if you are under assessed – they cannot raise your assessment unless they reassess the entire area. There is ABSOLUTELY no down side to filing a grievance.


Q. I WON A REDUCTION 4 YEARS AGO FROM SHOULD I FILE AGAIN?

A. Yes, this has been an extremely unusual year, many homes not entitled to reductions last year, are definitely entitled to LARGE reductions this year. It’s FREE to find out if you are entitled to a reduction.


 

 

Ask the Tax Griever

Q. WHAT IS A TAX GRIEVANCE?

A. A tax grievance is a complaint filed against a town’s assessed value on a particular parcel of property based upon comparable sales.  Read more....
 


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