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Property Tax Assessment Appeal Deadline is Near! Burlington County New Jersey Appeal Deadline is Now January 15, 2021

     NEW Property Assessment Appeal Filing deadline is January 15th 2021 for 2021 Assessed Values for Burlington County New Jersey; We handle property tax assessment matter reviews and appeals to both the County Board of Taxation and the State Tax Court as so determined. _____By way of brief overview, property taxes are a result of the municipal budget Read More

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New Jersey Residential Landlords: All is Not Lost

Governor Phil Murphy’s Executive Order 106 suspended nearly all residential evictions throughout the State of New Jersey; however, the Governor’s temporary eviction moratorium does not mean landlords have no recourse for unpaying tenants.  The Executive Order specifically provides that it “does not affect any schedule of rent that is due” and that a Court may Read More

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Willing to Prepare or Review your Will & Estate Plan

The ongoing pandemic has given many cause for pause to assess/reassess many aspects of life and the thereafter.  Many/millions (according to a 2016 Gallup Poll) still do not have a Will in place.  An Estate Plan, consisting of a Will as well as a Power of Attorney and Health Care Directive, is not only critical Read More

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2021 New Jersey Real Estate Property Tax Assessment Reviews Underway

Now that October is here, New Jersey municipal and county tax assessors begin review of real property tax assessment values and valuations for 2021, based on 2020 data.  Understanding that we are still in the middle of the ongoing pandemic and subject to numerous Executive Orders, recent real estate assessment data will prove to be Read More

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Business Owners: The Time to Plan is NOW!

Business owners usually have most of their assets tied to their business. This can be challenging from a planning perspective as it relates to short term and long term planning, understanding valuations, and creating a succession plan and or an exit strategy. You must devote equal amounts of time and effort to planning (working on Read More

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Buyer Beware of the Bulk Sales Law!

The Bulk Sales Law (N.J.S.A. 54:50-38) protects purchasers from inheriting a tax debt from the seller of business assets when the sale is outside the normal course of business. Bulk sales include the sale of real property, tangible property such as inventory or materials and intangible assets like goodwill. However, this seemingly straight-forward statute presents Read More

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N.J. Property Taxes: How Much Should You Be Paying? NEW JERSEY 2018 REAL ESTATE TAX ASSESSMENTS

N.J. Property Taxes: How Much Should You Be Paying? NEW JERSEY 2018 REAL ESTATE TAX ASSESSMENTS DiMedio Law Tax Appeal 2018 PDF Click Here! Many property owners in New Jersey are paying more than their fair share of New Jersey Real Estate Taxes as a direct result of market activity, the economy and other factors, such Read More

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Estate Planning in 2018 Double Trouble: New Jersey Repeals Estate Tax & The Tax Cut and Job Acts

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA)was signed into law on December 22, 2017. New Jersey has repealed its estate tax effective this year. Both will impact many estate plans. The federal estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer (GST) tax exemptions has doubled to $11,200,000 per individual. Thus, a married couple will have combined exemptions of Read More

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Governor Christie Permits Prepayment of Property Tax

New Jersey residents can prepay the first two quarters of 2018 property taxes on or before 12/31/2017, pursuant to an executive order just issued.  In anticipation of the new tax law, taxpayers are seeking to minimize future tax burdens. Due to the new $10,000 cap on the state and local tax deduction, this includes prepaying Read More

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NJ Real Estate Property Tax Assessment Reviews Begins

NJ Real Estate Property Tax Assessment Reviews Begins Now that October is here, New Jersey municipal and county tax assessors begin review of real property tax assessment values and valuations for 2018, based on 2017 data.  Whether commercial, industrial, retail, investment / income producing or residential, all real estate transactional data prior to October 1st Read More

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