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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 1/25/2022

Posted by John Brusniak | Jan 25, 2022 | 0 Comments


Dems grill GOP sponsor on legislation exempting heavy equipment from ad valorem tax
Florida Politics
The legislation would reclassify construction equipment available for short-term rental as inventory, which is exempt from an ad valorem tax


Ind. Realtor Association Liable For Building's Property Tax
An Indiana real estate association certified as a nonprofit organization is liable for its building's property tax because it failed to prove the…


Interest rates for delinquent Maine property taxes dropping to record low
The maximum interest rate a municipality can charge for delinquent property taxes is 4% for 2022.


Tortilla Maker Loses Property Tax Exemption Bid in Maryland Town
Bloomberg Tax
A tortilla maker has lost its bid to exempt its flatbread-making machines from a Maryland town's property taxes.


Neb. Bill Would Limit School District Tax Assessment
Nebraska school districts would be required to assess taxes on less than 100% of a real property's actual value as part of a bill introduced in the state Legislature.


Nassau County freezes assessments after home-price surge
The Real Deal
Curran froze property values for the 2023-24 tax year before being replaced by Bruce Blakeman, a Republican elected in November.

NYC Property Taxes To Rise After City Hikes Real Estate Valuations
“Jacking up the property taxes for affordable apartment buildings in low-income neighborhoods is immoral. We need to be providing the people in…

Are Erie County property taxes really going down? It depends.
Buffalo News
If the property tax rate goes down, and the value of your home stays the same or loses value, then your tax bill will go down. But if your home…


Grimes County approves 381 tax agreement with Skyline Champion Homebuilders
Navasota News
But, after forming a committee, McNally says the proposed making the whole thing a 381 agreement instead of a tax abatement.

Downtown Wichita Falls looking to receive new apartments
News Channel 6
Downtown Wichita Falls is getting closer to building a new apartment complex after city council approved a stepped tax abatement for the petroleum building.

Texans are still waiting for property tax relief
Dallas Morning News
Politicians keep promising to cut property taxes, and they keep failing to deliver. Texas Gov/

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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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