As property tax bills start arriving in mailboxes, many homeowners might be surprised to find their assessed evaluation is higher than they anticipated.
According to the National Taxpayers Union, between 30 and 60% of taxable property in the U.S. is over-assessed. What’s more, middle- and lower-income taxpayers’ properties are among the most often over-assessed, yet fewer than 5% of taxpayers challenge their assessments.
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