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New 2020 Real Estate Taxes For Long Islanders

Tired of taxes? Watch out for these eight real estate taxes in 2020. Between new legislation that could implement new taxes on property owners, rising existing taxes, taking away breaks and deductions, and the implementation of recent rules, Long Islanders … Continue Reading >>

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Federal Judge Dismisses Property Tax Lawsuit: Now What?

A New York federal judge just shut down a lawsuit and complaint against new tax rules which are doubling the financial hurt for Long Islanders. What do we do now?  A lawsuit filed by NY, NJ, CT and MD in … Continue Reading >>

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Nassau Kicks Taxpayer Rights To The Curb: The Only Thing You Can Do Now Is…

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran just kicked any hope of taxpayer rights to the curb. Now there are only two things left for local property owners to do about skyrocketing property taxes. Not only are highly controversial and flawed new … Continue Reading >>

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4 Ways To Reduce Your Living Costs & Save On Property Taxes In NY

Rising taxes are making it more and more expensive to stay in NY, but once you’re here, you never want to leave.  There’s nowhere in the world quite like New York. It’s magical. Yet, there are many forces working together … Continue Reading >>

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Will Manhattan’s Property Crash Help Or Hurt Your Long Island Tax Bill?

Manhattan’s property market is crumbling. How might it impact your property tax bill on Long Island? Over in Manhattan, the real estate market appears to be in free fall mode again. The bottom could be much further down than anticipated. … Continue Reading >>

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Property Taxes & The Decision To Rent Or Buy A Home On Long Island

Living on Long Island isn’t cheap. What’s the best way to stay? How will property taxes play into your decision to rent or buy your home? NY is one of the most expensive places to live in the world. Even … Continue Reading >>

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Property Tax Fraud & A New York Icon Moves To Florida

As legal experts catch on to systemic property tax fraud a New York business icon packs up his bags and business for the sunnier climate of Florida. Our broken property tax system may not just be inconvenient and flawed. It … Continue Reading >>

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LI Property Tax Rebate Checks & Deciding Whether To Stay Or Go

Property tax rebate checks as supposed to begin to trickle out in the mail again soon. If you get one, how should you use it? What do you need to know about them? Around 2 million property tax rebate checks … Continue Reading >>

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Property Taxes & Powerful Storms: What You Need To Know

Hurricane Dorian and the recent waterspout spotted off of Long Island are fresh reminders of the danger of powerful storms. As tragic as the direct impacts are, some of the worst damage is the financial hurt that mounts up in … Continue Reading >>

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New York Politicians Battle Over Pizza & Property Taxes

Taxes are so bad in NY that even the most popular restaurants can’t keep up and keep their doors open. It seems that even the politicians aren’t happy when their taxes put their favorite eating spots out of business. Nevermind … Continue Reading >>

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Herbert G. Pitkowsky, Esq.