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Board of Assessors in Whitfield County, Georgia Reverts 2022 Property Tax Valuations

Tax Development Nov 04, 2022

Board of Assessors in Whitfield County, Georgia Reverts 2022 Property Tax Valuations

In early September, the Board of Assessors in Whitfield County, Georgia voted unanimously to revert 2022 commercial property values back to the 2021 tax digest, barring new construction completed in 2021. The decision was made after the original 2022 values were released to give local leaders more time to find ways to lessen the impact of property value increases as they received a significant number of complaints from taxpayers.

New notices were issued for all properties on October 3, 2022, with an updated appeal deadline of November 17, 2022. Officials are still finalizing tax rates for 2022, and tax bills are slated to be issued December 1, 2022, with a February 1, 2023 due date. This should be considered a temporary fix, and property owners should prepare for substantial increases in the near future. The local experts at Ryan will continue to monitor valuations and assist clients in tax minimization. Feel free to reach out to our tax experts if you have questions.

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