Should I appeal to the Board of Review?
Each year, prior to the March meetings of the local board of review, assessment change notices are mailed. These informational notices include State Equalized Value, Taxable Value, the percent of exemption as a Principal Residence or Qualified Agricultural Property, and whether or not an Ownership Transfer has occurred. If you believe the Assessed Value is more than half the value of your property, you may appeal the Assessed and/or Taxable Values at the March Board of Review. You can obtain information about the specific meeting dates and schedule an appearance with the Board of Review by contacting your local assessing office. The Board has no control over millage rates or property taxes.

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1. What is the March Board of Review?
2. Should I appeal to the Board of Review?
3. Why are the amounts on my neighbor’s tax bill different than mine?
4. I live on a decreased or limited income, can I ask the Board of Review to lower my taxes?
5. Am I required to attend the March Board for a Commercial/Industrial Real Property?
6. Am I required to attend the March Board for Personal Property?
7. Who can schedule/attend a March Board of Review appointment?
8. How do I prepare for the Board of Review?
9. How do I find comparable sales to present as evidence to the Board of Review?
10. How do I find assessing information?
11. I found a discrepancy on my record card, what should I do?
12. What can I expect at my Board of Review appointment?
13. When do I receive notification on the outcome of the Board’s decision?
14. Can I Appeal the March Board of Review's Decision?