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Property appeals lead to second notice

POSTED: August 6, 2012 9:37 p.m.

Taxpayers who appealed their 2012 assessment will receive a second Change of Assessment.


Notices were mailed Aug. 1. Printed on the notice under “Reasons For Notice,” taxpayers will see Change on Appeal Filed this Year on Property or No Change on Appeal Filed this Year on Property.


If No Change on Appeal Filed this Year on Property is printed on the notice, the appeal will be automatically forwarded to the Board of Equalization without the taxpayer having to take any other action. If Change on Appeal Filed this Year on Property is printed on the notice the taxpayer has 30 days to file an appeal in writing to the Board of Tax Assessors to continue the appeal to the Board of Equalization.


The last day to file an appeal on this notice is Aug. 30. If an appeal is not filed by this date, the right to file an appeal for 2012 will be lost.


At any time during the appeal process to the Board of Equalization on either a Change on Appeal Filed this Year on Property or No Change on Appeal Filed this Year on Property notice, if both the taxpayer and the Board of Assessors mutually agree on the 2012 value of the property under appeal, the appeal process is concluded by both parties signing a waiver. The value will then be forwarded to the tax commissioner and the 2012 tax bill will be based on the agreed value.


Contact the Board of Tax Assessors at 754-2125 for more information or questions concerning a change of assessment notice. The office is at 901 N. Pine St., Suite 106, Springfield.

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