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Tax Appeal Strategies in a Real Estate Down-turn

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In the recent article published in New Jersey Municipalities magazine entitled “Tax Appeal Strategies in a Real Estate Down-turn,” Martin Allen, Esq. discusses the issues faced by municipalities in tax appeals now that the real estate bubble has burst. Local governments in New Jersey generate most of their revenue from real estate taxation. In a distressed market, towns must address new concerns in the areas of budgeting, bonding and the defense of assessments. In this article, Mr. Allen sets out to introduce some of the solutions. These issues will be further examined by him as a member of the panel at the Joint Session of The New Jersey State League of Municipalities, the Association of Municipal Assessors and the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys, entitled, “Tax Appeals in a Real Estate Recession – Strategies for Defending the Tax Base without Wiping Out your Budget” scheduled for Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 10:45 in the morning at the Atlantic City Convention Center.


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