It’s a subject that comes up every year at this time when property owners in Arizona start receiving the notices from the County Assessors telling the owners the valuation and classification of their property for the upcoming tax year (2017). If a property owner disagrees with the valuation and/or classification, there is a relatively simple process available to appeal the Assessor’s determination, but there are of course time deadlines to be met. You can read all about it in the publications section of deconcinimcdonald.com.
I didn’t mention in the newsletter, but I will mention here, that I’m not the only lawyer in my firm that handles property tax appeals. There are several of us, including one who seriously qualifies as a guru on state and local tax matters.
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