Tax Assessment & Condemnation Report

Tax Assessment & Condemnation Report

Monthly Archives: October 2012

Nassau Taxpayers Expecting Refunds May Have to Wait Until 2013 for Relief

Posted in Assessments, Assessors, Settlement
On August 8, 2012 Nassau County filed a Notice of Appeal, which stayed Judge Thomas Adams’ Order that required the County to pay property tax refunds within 60 days, or risk having its bank accounts seized. While the County stated it filed the notice of appeal to preserve its rights, the appeal only prolongs the inevitable: the County must return to its … Continue Reading

New York’s Property Tax Reform: Better Business or Business as Usual?

Posted in Assessments, School Districts, Uncategorized
In our last post, we discussed Governor Cuomo’s September 27 press release in which the Governor’s office lauded the success of the property tax cap  and the huge long-term benefits it will purportedly provide for the State’s taxpayers. However, in a Background Paper issued on October 9, 2013, the Tax Foundation concluded that the business tax climate of New York State … Continue Reading