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:
Josh Ochocki got a letter in the mail the other day that said the value of his home had gone up … way up. Read More
One piece of Gov. Pete Ricketts’ plan to address property taxes sailed through first-round consideration by the Legislature on Wednesday. Read More
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce sees the state’s budget surplus as an opportunity for business tax relief. Read More
The Board of Selectmen voted 5-0 Wednesday night to have the town manager sign an agreement with Sappi Fine Paper Co. to cap the value for taxation at the company’s paper mill at $380 million. It was a compromise solution to save jobs and put an end to disagreements that have dragged on for months, officials said. Read More
Ten years ago, Bonita Hatchett built her dream home in Flossmoor. A lawyer by trade, she moved to the south Chicago suburb to join a diverse community that included black professionals like herself. Read More
Town officials said the tax assessor was fired Wednesday after an investigation revealed she undervalued over $3 million in properties, depriving the town of a quarter million dollars in tax revenue. The Board of Selectmen said they terminated Michelle DaSilva immediately after a meeting Wednesday. Read More
A 9-year-old tax dispute between Montezuma County and Kinder Morgan has landed in the lap of the Colorado Supreme Court. Read More
On April 5, voters will be asked to decide one of the most important issues in Anchorage history — saving the very successful property tax cap from big-spending politicians who are scheming to grab even more taxes from Anchorage residents. Proposition 8 was placed on the ballot as a result of a citizen’s initiative. In just two weeks, nearly 11,000 residents signed the petition to save the tax cap. Now, the voters have a chance to join the initiative sponsors and send a clear message to the politicians — leave our tax cap alone! Read More
One piece of Gov. Pete Ricketts’ plan to address property taxes sailed through first-round consideration by the Legislature on Wednesday.
An instantly recognizable historical building on North Main Street is expected to soon get some new life with help from a city economic development agreement. Read More