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Sunday, March 3, 2013

How to Appeal Your New Jersey Property Taxes and Win

How to Appeal Your New Jersey Property Taxes and Win

Free Seminar for property owners in Edison, Woodbridge, North Brunswick, Piscataway
South Plainfield
Perth Amboy
Highland Park
New Brunswick
East Brunswick
South River
Old Bridge
South Brunswick

March 6, 2013 12 pm to 1 pm
Where: Law Office of Kenneth Vercammen & Associates
2053 Woodbridge Ave, Edison, NJ 08817
Speaker John Papp- A State Certified New Jersey Property Appraiser will reveal secrets about the NJ Tax System that keeps most property owners Over Paying on property taxes, because they don't understand the confusing NJ tax system.
Why: Because lower real estate property values have finally given homeowners a fighting chance to lower the property assessment that property taxes are based on.
Come Learn to Play The New Jersey Tax Appeal Game
 Tax Appeal Game Rule Number 1:
 Never Play The Game Unless You Understand the Rules.
 Seating Limited to first 15 registered people.
Email to register NOW. Email only and speaker indicates for March 6- only property owners in above towns     732-572-0500
1) Please bring copy of Your Recent Tax Assessment Notice Card. This was sent to all homeowners on or around February 1st, 2012 by your local tax assessor office. This gives details on how to appeal your assessment and addresses to sent appeal. This card says "THIS IS NOT A BILL".  It has your taxes paid last year and current 2012 tax assessment for your home.
 2) Bring the last quarter Tax Bill with you that was sent by township.
 3) If you can go to the tax assessor’s office, every homeowner has a right to review and receive their property record card. This is the worksheet for everything the tax assessor has calculated the value of your home. Lot size, square footage, decks, pools, improvements, etc.  
 4) If you have had the home appraised in the past few years, this will save time. This OLD APPRAISAL can't be used for tax court, but the information from the past appraisal is very useful for preparing evidence for you tax appeal case.

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