Grievance Deadline Countdown

Nassau: March 1, 2017 - 961 days ago

Suffolk: May 16, 2017 - 885 days ago

What is a Tax Grievance?

Before we answer that, we need to first of all define assessment. The assessment is practically the basis of the real estate tax bill. In general, this bill is your assessment times the tax rate. Your home’s assessment is a certain percentage (that may change on a yearly basis)

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Professional to File Your Tax Grievance

Filing your tax grievance on your own is certainly possible and in order to do so, you’ll only have to assess the market value of your property, followed by filling out your Grievance petition and finally writing a letter in support explaining your position. However, in doing so

7 Big Tax Breaks Homeowners May Not Know About

It’s true that the US tax code is indeed intimidating and because of that, many Americans don’t really want to dig through IRS forms and receipts each spring. The good news is that if you’re the proud owner of a home, then you can take advantage of many deductions th

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Hire A Tax Grievance Firm To File Your Tax Grievance

  Filing your tax grievance on your own is certainly possible and to do this, you’ll only have to carefully research the value of your property, proceed with filling out your Grievance petition and lastly, you just have to write a letter in support that details your positio

A 2014 Property Tax Grievance Guide-Why This Is The Year!

Suffolk County’s real estate market is still recovering which should make most every Suffolk homeowner’s property values decline further this year.  The one silver lining in that dark cloud- you might have a great shot at lowering your property taxes.  If you think you’ve been o

The Deadline For Tax Grievance Approaches

The Heller & Clausen Tax Grievance Group Featured in Long Island Pulse Magazine Author: Justine Lorelle LoMonaco | Published: Monday, January 27, 2014 Discovering that your home is being taxed at a higher value than it is worth means it’s time to start grieving. But don’t worry—th

5 Ways Grieving Your Property Taxes Can Help

Sell Your Home Faster For More Money Help #1-Makes your home more attractive to a buyer by reducing the annual property taxes burden. Help #2-We will issue you and your agent a letter to show potential buyers.  The letter will state that the property taxes are being professionally gri

2014 Suffolk County Property Tax Grievance Season

Tax Grievance filings in Suffolk County have increased steadily over the last few years as the real estate market has been on the decline.  The one silver lining- you might have a great shot at lowering your property taxes.  If you think you are over-assessed, and therefore are paying

Long Island Property Tax Grievance Company, The Heller and Clausen Tax Grievance Group, Helped Save Homeowners Over 25 Million Dollars in Tax Grievance Cases

The Heller and Clausen Tax Grievance Group, recently revealed that they have saved their clients over 25 million dollars in tax grievance cases. “Tax grievances on Long Island continues to increase at a steady pace daily,” according to CEO, Adam Heller. “Our job is to aggressively pur

Final Notice – File Nassau Tax Grievances by May 1st, 2013

FINAL NOTICE- FILE NASSAU TAX GRIEVANCES BY MAY 12013 The Heller & Clausen Tax Grievance Group reminds Nassau residents that the deadline to grieve their property tax assessments is May 1, and urges all residents to file a grievance.  As documented by the Office of Legislative Bud

The Top 5 Secrets You Must Know to Successfully Lower Your Property Taxes

As a licensed Property Tax Grievance Consultant and owner of Long Island’s most successful property tax grievance firm I am constantly asked by my client’s what can I do to lower my home’s exorbitant tax bill? 1. File for an Exemption– Contact your local town assessor’s office a

Nassau County Tax Grievance – Deadline March 1, 2016

Nassau County’s real estate market is still recovering which should make most every Nassau homeowner’s property values decline further this year.  The one silver lining in that dark cloud- you might have a great shot at lowering your property taxes.  If you think you’ve been over asse