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THERE IS NO GRIEVANCE DAY IN MAY IN NEW YORK CITY

THE DEADLINE FOR APPEALING YOUR ASSESSMENT FOR THE 20/21 TAX YEAR HAS PASSED

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The NYC Tax Commission

About Tax Commission
    In accordance with New York State and local law, the Tax Commission reviews and determines annual applications for correction of assessment filed by owners and other parties with a sufficient legal interest in properties they claim are incorrectly assessed or improperly denied an exemption from real property tax.
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Our office will be open March 23 and for the foreseeable future but with very limited staff. If you are dropping off papers please come to Room 2400.

Pursuant to the attached Executive Order No. 102, dated March 20, 2020, the March 24, 2020 deadline for filing a duly verified statement of income and expenses is suspended and extended (see section 11 of the Executive Order) and the 20-day period within which to apply for correction of a new assessment is suspended and tolled (see section 12 of the Executive Order)

Welcome to the NYC Tax Commission

The Tax Commission is the City of New York's forum for independent administrative review of real property tax assessments set by the Department of Finance.

The Tax Commission reviews and determines annual applications for correction of assessment filed by owners and other parties with sufficient legal interest in properties they claim are incorrectly assessed or improperly denied an exemption from real property tax.

The New York City Council has passed intro 1038-A-2018. As a result, starting with applications for the 2019/2020 tax year, income and expense statements filed on Form TC201 must be certified by a certified public accountant only if the assessed value is equal to or greater than $5 million and the gross income is at least $100,000.

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Challenging Your Notice of Property Value