How Can I Tell if My Property Tax Bill in Greenwich, Connecticut, Is Correct?

posted by Ronald Kowalski July 11, 2017

In a new piece published in Mansion Global on July 6, 2017, Cacace, Tusch and Santagata partner Ronald E. Kowalski II, a former Special Master in real estate tax appeal cases, talks with author Brenda G. Wong about what Greenwich property owners should look for to make sure they’re not paying too much on their real estate tax bill.

Kowalski notes that while the math on your real estate tax bill is most likely accurate, determining whether your property tax valuation is fair is another matter entirely.

Read the full article to find out where to check your Greenwich assessment and tax rate, two things to look for to ensure your tax valuation is correct, and what to do next if you don’t agree with your property tax assessment.

Read more on Mansion Global Tax Talk: How Can I Tell if My Property Tax Bill in Greenwich, CT is Correct?

Cacace, Tusch & Santagata has the knowledge to provide you with the most effective representation in a tax valuation dispute. Contact our team for legal advice at (203) 327-2000.

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