You have 45 days to file an appeal after the mailing of the first notice of assessment.
*If you are a commercial property owner, you are encouraged to review your notice of assessment (Form-11) as soon as you receive it to make sure the assessed value looks appropriate.
Meet our property tax expert
Chad Miller is the property tax practice leader in KSM’s State and Local Tax Practice. Chad has 13 years of Indiana property tax experience, having previously worked in the Hamilton County Assessor’s office, where he assessed and defended more than 32,000 parcels in Hamilton County.
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Disclaimer: This estimate is based on a 3% tax rate. Rates may vary by county or property type (e.g., commercial, rental, etc.). Estimated value has to be proven to an assessor and/or county board using circumstantial evidence or an appraisal to legally appeal an Indiana assessment.
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