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COVID-19 IMPACT: Long Island Real Property Tax Alert

January 21, 2021

Nassau County Assessment Grievance Filing Deadline Extended to April 30, 2021.

The last day to file a grievance to protest the real property tax assessment, which will determine your 2022/23 School and 2023 General taxes, is now April 30, 2021.

This assessment is based upon the condition and value of your property as of January 2, 2021. For commercial properties still feeling the pain of Covid-19, this grievance period is particularly important.

 

If you have questions regarding your Property Tax situation or anything that is affecting you, your family, or your business, the Farrell Fritz team is here to support you.

 

Arthur K. Feldman, Partner – (516) 227-0707 – afeldman@farrellfritz.com
Willets S. Meyer, Partner – (516) 227-0678 – wmeyer@farrellfritz.com

 

Please feel free to access our Covid-19 Crisis Response and Help Page here: https://www.farrellfritz.com/covid-19/update/

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