Philadelphia Tax Appeal Assessment Appeals
Helping You Get the Tax Relief You Deserve
Many businesses, homeowners, investors, and individuals are burdened by the increase in property taxes, most of which are sporadic and unjustified. Such concerns impact you both financially and can make keeping the property difficult. Disputes with the city require timely and effective property tax assessment appeals, which are time-consuming, complex, but we can help.
At Pritzker Law Group, we can help taxpayers with their tax assessment appeals. We understand how intimidating and complicated the process is, and we are there to make our clients’ lives easier. Our team can help you navigate the appeals process quickly and effectively, so you can get the tax relief you deserve.
Our firm never leaves you in the dark. We will work with you every step of the way, including you in all decisions and helping you understand the steps we’re taking. Our team can assess your case and negotiate with the taxing authorities to get you to a settlement or a positive result at a hearing.. We want to help get you the maximum possible refund or reduction. Our attorneys can also help make sure your tax records are accurate, up-to-date, all abatements and exemptions are obtained and implemented, shielding you from future tax problems as well.
Want to learn more? We will be hosting two Zoom sessions to provide more information and answer your questions.
Zoom Session: August 8th, 2023 at 10:00 AM (EST)
Zoom Session: August 29th, 2023 at 3:00 PM (EST)
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If the property owner is not satisfied with the BRT’s decision, they can further appeal to the Court of Common Pleas within 30 days. The Court of Common Pleas will then review the case and make a final determination.
Property owners may also informally appeal their assessment by requesting a "First Level Review.” The OPA handles these assessments. Our firm handles all steps of these processes.
When it comes to tax appeals in Philadelphia, you can trust Pritzker Law Group to provide you with skilled legal representation. Our attorneys are highly experienced and knowledgeable in tax law, and we’ve successfully handled hundreds of cases over the years.
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Tax appeals are due the First Monday in October and are formal requests taxpayers make to challenge a government agency’s tax assessment or decision. We make the appeals at the local city level. Typically, tax appeals involve disputes over the amount of tax you owe related to your property tax assessment, errors in size of the property, or use, condition or exemption amount. We help our clients by filing a tax assessment appeal, negotiating with City evaluators and the Office of Property Assessment (OPA) to resolve the dispute. If necessary, we also represent clients in front of the Board of Revision of Taxes (BRT).