What to Do If You Disagree with Your FY2024 Massachusetts Assessment
What to Do If You Disagree with Your FY2024 Massachusetts Assessment

January 1 is the date when most third quarter tax bills are mailed in Massachusetts; therefore, under M.G.L. Chapter 59, the majority of abatement applications must be filed with local assessors’ offices on or before Thursday, February 1, 2024. In communities where taxes are paid on a semi-annual basis the date of mailing typically varies, but the thirty (30) day period during which appeals are due likely will occur sometime in either November or December of 2024, with the deadline stated on the face of the second (actual) installment tax bill.  Learn more about the appeal process in this Property Tax and Valuation Alert.

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