Posts Tagged: Nassau County

November 06, 2018

Nassau County’s Upcoming Reassessment

Nassau County will be reassessing all properties, residential and commercial, for the upcoming, tentative 2020/21 assessment roll. The tentative roll will be published January 2, 2019. Both commercial and residential property owners, have, or will be receiving, notices from the Assessor regarding his value determination, their respective levels of assessment and the corresponding, tentative assessment for each property. Additional information about the property, including comparable properties, is available for review on the County’s website “ASK THE ASSESSOR”. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT WE HAVE BEEN MADE AWARE THAT SOME OF THE VALUES ON THE WEBSITE ARE DIFFERENT… Read more »

November 05, 2018

Nassau County Updates Disputed Assessment Fund Law

Here is a simplified explanation of the changes recently made to Nassau County’s Disputed Assessment Fund Law. Updated Nassau County DAF Law

December 29, 2017

Nassau County Money Judgements

  The below article appeared in today’s (December 22, 2017) Newsday. https://www.newsday.com/long-island/politics/nassau-tax-refunds-1.15549486 ) We thought our clients should know that our firm was prominently involved in obtaining the money judgments discussed in the article.   HKCC Partner Andrew Cangemi spearheaded the efforts on the firm’s behalf, and was heavily involved in the larger bar’s strategies.  Andy’s 35 years of experience in dealing with Nassau County property tax issues led him to the conclusion that, as has too often been the case historically,  Nassau would only move on the judgments if compelled to. The Court has signed… Read more »

May 20, 2016

Nassau County Disputed Assessment Fund (DAF)

As a Class 4 commercial taxpayer, you may have recently received notice from the Nassau County Department of Assessment regarding the Disputed Assessment Fund (DAF). See the DAF Frequently Asked Questions, here. The new law will apply to Class 4 Commercial property owners in Nassau County who have challenged their property’s tax assessment for 2016/17. The law essentially requires that a certain percentage of those Class 4 taxpayers’ payments be held in separate accounts pending the resolution of their tax appeal. If the appeal is successful, the refund will be made from the County’s DAF… Read more »