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Nassau County, New York Grievance Period Extended

Tax Development Mar 08, 2022

Nassau County, New York Grievance Period Extended

Nassau County has extended the property grievance period, again. The official deadline is now Monday, May 2, 2022, to challenge a property assessment for the 2023-2024 tax year. The extension was granted because of a mailing delay of Notices of Tentative Assessment as well as the ongoing disruption to the housing market caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The local tax experts at Ryan recommend a full portfolio review for tax minimization opportunities, as Nassau County is ranked number one in the nation for the highest property taxes according to the Tax Foundation. We can also aid in the filing of applications for the correction of an assessment in Nassau County with the initial filing fees waived.

If you would like to learn more about how Ryan can assist your company or to schedule a no-obligation appointment, please contact our local office today.


Michael Allen

Ginna Currie

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