Critical Dates for Filing Your Initial Property Tax Grievance:
County Filing Deadlines
Your application must be in our offices by . . .
September 4, 2019
May 7, 2020
January 1, 2020
May 16, 2020
If the Board Assessment Review grants you a reduction, expect to see your new lower assessment on your December tax bill.
If your Property Tax Grievance is denied, and we believe we can still win you a reduction, we will file an appeal on your behalf. The Critical Dates for the Appeal Process are:
|Appeal Deadline||Within 30 days of Grievance Denial|
|Hearings||Call Office for Details|
|Final Decisions||Within 30 days of the Hearing Date|
Nassau: If your case goes to Appeal, the reduced amount will be reflected on your tax bill.
Suffolk: If your case goes to Appeal and we successfully win a reduction for you after the beginning of the tax year: Your 2nd half tax bill will be revised to reflect your new assessment, AND credit you with the overpayment you made on the 1st half bill OR A refund check will be issued if your taxes are paid in full.