McNees State and Local Tax team members Randy L. Varner and Paul R. Morcom will be presenters for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s seminar, “Local, State and Federal Taxes Affecting Real Estate Transactions.”  This seminar will be held on September 8th in Mechanicsburg with simulcast locations across the Commonwealth.  The seminar will also be presented in

The annual assessment appeal deadline of September 1, 2017 is quickly approaching for the following Pennsylvania Counties:

Armstrong                               Lebanon

Beaver                                     Lycoming

Bedford                                  McKean

Blair                                        Mercer

Bradford                                 Mifflin

Cameron                                  Montour

Carbon                                    Northumberland

Centre                                     Perry

Clarion                                    Pike

Clearfield                                Potter

Clinton                                    Schuylkill

Columbia                                 Snyder

Crawford                                Somerset

Cumberland                            Sullivan

Elk                                           Susquehanna

Forest                                      Tioga

Fulton                                      Union

Greene                                     Venango

Huntingdon                             Warren

The annual assessment appeal deadline of August 1, 2017 is quickly approaching for the following Pennsylvania Counties:

Adams, Bucks, Butler, Cambria, Chester, Dauphin, Delaware, Erie, Fayette, Franklin, Indiana, Lawrence, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton and York.

Each county has its own separate set of local rules pertaining to assessment appeals that need to be navigated

Those who pay property tax in Pennsylvania have an annual opportunity to appeal the assessed value of property. Deadlines for these appeals vary by county, but most are either August 1st or September 1st, so now is the time to analyze your assessment to determine whether you may be able to have it lowered to