Tax Appeals (NJ only)
If you have reason to believe you are being over-taxed, Rubin & Dombeck LLC urges you to review your New Jersey property tax assessment, which should be delivered by February 1st of each year, to help you identify potential opportunities to reduce your real property tax liability.
All real property in the State of New Jersey is valued each year as of October 1 of the pre-tax year. If you would like us to undertake a preliminary review of a potential tax appeal, we will need a copy of the most recent Notice of Assessment (the post-card mailed to the property owner by February 1 of each year indicating the assessment for that tax year) as soon as possible, in order to determine whether or not you qualify for a tax reduction.
In most cases, we will take your case on a contingency basis which means that if you do not receive any savings, you will not have to pay any legal fees to us. Contact us today to dicuss your tax appeal matter.
We have had success serving clients in Bergen, Union, Essex, Passaic & Hudson Counties. More specifically in Hillside Township, City of Elizabeth, Teaneck Township, Borough of Bergenfield, City of Englewood, Borough of Cliffside Park, West Orange Township and many others.