A large number of Connecticut municipalities began conducting revaluations as of October 1, 2022. Members of Pullman & Comley's Property Tax and Valuation practice will present a webinar to provide insights into the steps taxpayers can take to ensure that their new assessments are fair and equitable.
Important topics for taxpayers to consider include:
- significant legislative changes from the 2022 Connecticut General Assembly impacting property taxation and property tax appeals;
- the property tax appeal process in Connecticut, with a focus on 2022 revaluations and insights on what to expect at each phase of appeal;
- dos and don'ts to consider before deciding whether to attend the informal meeting with the revaluation company and/or the assessor; and
- how to maximize opportunity during remote pretrials to increase the possibility of the settlement being explored, discussed and advanced at the pretrial conference.
Members of Pullman & Comley's Property Tax and Valuation practice will be hosting a webinar that will cover these important and timely topics on Tuesday, October 11 from 1:20 - 2:30 p.m. on Zoom. To register, please click here.
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