Why Should A Small Business File a Grievance?
Reduce business property tax in Suffolk County
As a small business owner, you may not believe that you can afford to challenge your property tax assessment. But Suffolk County small business property tax grievance filings are not as costly as you may think, especially if you work with Scott DeSimone P.C.. We handle your case efficiently, avoiding unnecessary costs to you. Correcting your commercial property tax assessment is an investment in the future of your business. Let our firm help you take action and protect your bottom line for years to come.
How your commercial property value is assessed
All property tax assessments in Suffolk County are established by the town assessors and are based on the last known market value of the property. However, you can often reduce business property tax in Suffolk County because:
- Your assessment is not typically revisited unless you have made capital improvements within the past year.
- You are likely to be paying a tax bill based on outdated market conditions.
Our skilled Suffolk County small business tax grievance attorney can help you correct this situation and get you a reduction of your property tax assessment.
How an unfair property assessment impacts your business
A high tax bill does not go away by itself. Once your commercial property tax obligation is set down in the assessment roll, it does not change in subsequent years unless there is a reason for a reassessment. If you are paying $5000 too much in annual property taxes, you will have lost $100,000 in 20 years. Our Suffolk county small business tax grievance lawyer can help you get a better deal.
Why our law firm is right for you
Scott DeSimone P.C. represents companies of all sizes in Suffolk County property tax grievance matters, but we have particular experience assisting the owners of small businesses such as:
We understand the unique concerns of your business and recognize the importance of accurately valuating your property to achieve an appropriate tax payment. Also, our Suffolk County condemnation attorney can help you get compensated fairly if you are facing an eminent domain action.
We can help you reduce business property tax in Suffolk County
You may have seen advertisements from companies offering to help you grieve your property tax bill. But most of these companies do not offer the services of a qualified attorney or have experience with commercial real estate tax. Let Scott DeSimone P.C. help you protect your business interests.
For a free consultation about filing a property tax grievance, contact us online or call us at (631) 765-3535. We represent small business in Huntington, Islip, Brookhaven, Riverhead, Smithtown, East Hampton, Shelter Island, Southampton and Southold.