National Association of Property Tax Attorneys
The National Association of Property Tax Attorneys is a nonprofit organization of ad valorem tax and property tax attorneys throughout the United States who are committed to increasing awareness and understanding about property tax issues, educating the public about this specialized area of law and uniting competent tax specialists throughout the United States.
Latest Property Tax News:
In a city where people have been told their drinking water may be poisoned, something strange has happened.
Homeowners will likely pay more in city real estate taxes this year unless the rate is modified, officials plan to tell the City Council Tuesday. Read More
Legislation designed to dramatically overhaul Maine’s tree growth property tax credit program fell largely on deaf ears Monday as lawmakers on the Taxation Committee unanimously rejected the proposal offered by Republican Gov. Paul LePage. Read More
City leaders in Lafayette on Monday approved a 10-year tax abatement for GE Aviation tied to an expansion plan that will create 30 additional jobs at the facility. Read More
The three legislators responsible for a statewide initiative concerning home and industrial solar power system tax breaks announced on Tuesday they’ll be launching a campaign to get the measure passed on the August ballot. Read More
Starting April 4, residents in Travis County will have less time to update their car registration or pay their property taxes at tax offices. Read More
The number of mayoral debates has become overwhelming. The sheer mass of candidates makes many of these events meaningless since the participants are given so little time to express their views. Yet they keep getting scheduled, and the City Council races are also getting their share of forums ("Gloves come off in first televised Baltimore mayoral forum," March 22). Read More
One of the more interesting bills still alive and being considered this session, is one that would commission a study on the effects of Hawaii’s low real property taxes. Read More
Webb County is on the verge of a significant deficit for the upcoming fiscal year, which could potentially mean cuts in spending or worse. Read More