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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 12/30/2020

Posted by John Brusniak | Dec 30, 2020 | 0 Comments


Cook entering 40th year with tax assessor's office
A small gathering of the Polk County Board of Assessors and tax assessor's office employees last week helped recognize chief appraiser Janell Cook, ...
Fulton commercial tax breaks get a day in court
Together, the property tax breaks would be worth a total $15.2 million on the four properties over 10 years. Woodham brought up tons of fine points in ...

Each year, the county assessor conducts physical inspections of 20% of all properties due for inspection within the county and compares assessed ...

... processing of alcoholic beverages, which enabled their qualification for the tax abatement, according to a press release from Lakeshore Advantage.


Lake Shore: Property owners to see 9.47% hike in city property taxes
Brainerd Dispatch
Lake Shore: Property owners to see 9.47% hike in city property taxes. Incoming mayor Krista Knudsen shares words of praise for outgoing mayor ...


Local governments and assessors say the current law does not give them the authority to deny these applications. This newly enacted legislation ...


Ohioans get property valuation sticker shock
That is great news if you plan to list your home for sale soon, but not so great, however, when it comes to your property tax bill. But Rhodes says taxes ...


Houston Business Journal 
The tax incentives, under Chapter 313 of the Texas Tax Code, would deliver a tax abatement on the value of the project to EDF. If the project moves ...

Bastrop County again tables tax abatement proposal for planned $190 million solar project 
Austin American-Statesman 
A final decision concerning a tax abatement proposal between Bastrop County and international renewable energy company RWE Renewables for a ...


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 
... to provide full payment of taxes, or for those paying in installments, the deadline of the first installment payment, according to the Assessor's Office.

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John Brusniak

John Brusniak, Jr. is the dean of Texas property tax litigation.  He was licensed to practice law in 1976,   His early career involved general litigation and appellate work in both the federal and state courts until he was handed his first property tax matter.  It arose prior to the implementatio...


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