How Will the Inflation Reduction Act Impact Property Taxes for the Renewables Industry?
The solar and wind industries have been key in the nation’s transition towards a clean energy mix. With tax credits beginning to phase out, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 renews and resets these tax incentives in hopes of increasing and accelerating investment. A byproduct will be an increase in taxable property resulting in significant revenue for state and local property tax bases. How will this impact industry expansion and taxes? Learn more in the full report from the experts at Ryan.
Have You Evaluated the New York City Commercial Rent Tax?
This often-overlooked tax should be evaluated in the fall.
Delaware Property Tax Reassessments: The Wait Just Got Longer
Delaware has pushed back its court-mandated, county-wide reassessment until 2025.
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Commercial Property Owners in Athens-Clarke County, Georgia Under Appeal May Face Budget Challenges
Property owners in Athens-Clarke County, Georgia may face challenges when budgeting because of 2022 tax bills carrying over to 2023.
Expect More Frequent Reappraisals in Arkansas
Most Arkansas counties that conducted reappraisals this year are required to reappraise all real estate every three years rather than every five years going forward. It’s based on a state law requiring more frequent reappraisals when overall values increase 25% or more.
Read about three new California tax updates: Solar energy tax break, the housing crisis, and November 30 appeal deadline.
New Rules for Ohio Appeals
A new law that limits filing of property tax complaints by persons or political subdivisions other than the owner is now in effect. Officials say the law may lead to a reduction in property tax revenue in the years ahead.
Fort Worth Apartment Rents Moderate
Apartment rents in the North Texas area are still going up, but they’re increasing at a slower pace. Multifamily purchase prices are still strong and aggressive assessments are chasing those sales.
Commercial Property Owners Should Prepare for the 2023 Massachusetts Appeal Deadline to Reduce Costs
The property tax appeal window for jurisdictions across Massachusetts is fast approaching. Commercial property owners should expect increases in valuation. Learn more about how our local experts can assist.
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