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Property taxes are a major expense for most companies. Herman Katz Cangemi & Clyne has successfully obtained outstanding real estate tax refunds and savings for its clients, which include local, regional, and national owners and tenants of properties. Our client base encompasses hotels, shopping centers & department stores, industrial facilities, self-storage facilities, golf & country clubs, office buildings, multi-family & apartment complexes, and more. HKCC goes well beyond what’s required to bring you the best possible outcome: maximum savings on your property taxes.

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November 09, 2016

NASSAU COUNTY TO PURSUE DRACONIAN “PENALTIES” FOR FAILURE TO FILE INCOME AND EXPENSES

You will recall that Nassau County, effective with a Local Law passed in December 2013, requires the filing of “all income derived from and all expenses attributable” to the operation of all commercial property. Non-compliance with this law results in monetary “penalties” (using the County’s term) calculated as a percentage of the property’s assessment, ranging from .25% to .75% of the property’s fair market value as determined by the County, increasing with a continuing failure to file. As we previously advised: (1) this filing requirement has nothing to do with the property tax appeals filed… Read more »

November 07, 2016

New York City Considers New Rules for ICAP Benefits

The Industrial and Commercial Abatement Program (“ICAP”) provides real estate tax benefits for commercial property development within New York City. The program is authorized by State law but managed by the New York City Department of Finance. The City recently issued a proposed set of rules for the ICAP program and the public comment period for those rules has just been completed (Link). The ICAP law went into effect after the sunset of the former ICIP benefit (“Industrial and Commercial Incentive Program”) in 2008. The law authorized the City to adopt rules for the administration of the program… Read more »