tax assessment

(redirected from Tax Assessments)
Also found in: Dictionary, Financial.
Related to Tax Assessments: Real Property Taxes
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to tax assessment

the value set on taxable property

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
The tax regulator in its defence stated it had started the process of scrutinizing individuals named in Panama leaks professionally but intended outcomes couldn't be achieved due to restrictions in local tax statute, specifically linked to time limitation to amend/reopen a completed tax assessment and obligatory disclosure requirements of Pakistani nationals in respect to their income and overseas assets.
Using those figures, its tax assessment compared to revenues amounted to 125 percent in 2011, 18.
The tax regulations will also apply to these properties, which will also include the right to appeal the tax assessment," Farag added.
The tax assessments indicate taxes owing by Rigo in the amount of $1.
The Appraisal Institute and the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers oppose proposed amendments to the federal Mortgage Fraud Sentencing Guidelines because they use tax assessments, and not real estate appraisals, to determine fair market value when the property in question has not been sold.
Under current market conditions, in which we are seeing appreciation in the value of Manhattan properties and stability in the value of properties in the boroughs, it is incomprehensible to think that tax assessments will not increase.
The first step in reviewing property tax assessments is to determine the assessment authority that has jurisdiction over your facility.
Theoretically the tax assessment would stick with the property even if it changed hands to a new owner, assuming deals like that survive negotiations between buyer and seller.
Jeff Sweeney, president at Grubb Ellis I Commercial Florida, says that tax assessments should reflect the declining values of commercial property, and that the firm's objective is to assist county property appraisers.
People who are paying tax assessments, they are not paying any more than what we had guaranteed in the bond measure.
The tax case related to the income tax assessments for the fiscal years 1998 and 2000-2002, regarding tax deduction for losses in Lindex's German operation.
One Lower-profile aspect of these cases is that they arise not only in the traditional area of government procurement, but also in the arenas of customs duties, tax assessments, and tax controversies.
Whether personal property return forms are prepared by an outside accountant or service bureau, steps can be taken to reduce annual personal property tax assessments.
The accuracy-related penalty increases from 20 percent to 40 percent on new tax assessments.
The examination resulted in personal tax assessments of approximately $26 million against Allen's son, David.