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Eleshia Matheny

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New Jersey Business Personal Property Tax: A Guide

Posted by Eleshia Matheny on Apr 18, 2019 8:34:43 AM

Searching for information about New Jersey’s business personal property tax? You can stop looking: The state has no business personal property tax to speak of. At least, that’s the case for the majority of New Jersey companies. Keep reading to find out if one of two exceptions might apply to you, and for some general information about New Jersey real property tax as well.

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Topics: New Jersey business personal property tax

How To Manage Your Property Tax Calendar With CrowdReason

Posted by Eleshia Matheny on Feb 19, 2019 2:26:59 PM

Property tax teams deal with numerous challenges throughout the course of a year, not the least of which is managing deadlines. Every season of the tax cycle has critical due dates and there’s virtually nothing straightforward about them. (Does the return due date apply to the postmark date or the date received? What if 30 days after the assessment falls on a weekend? When are installment due dates and extensions?) For tax teams working with more than a few properties in various locations, the property tax calendar can become so complex that it’s no longer plausible to keep track of it all on spreadsheets.

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Topics: Property tax software

Take Control Of Your Unsecured Property Taxes With Technology

Posted by Eleshia Matheny on Oct 25, 2018 2:49:10 PM


If you’re wondering about the difference between secured vs. unsecured property taxes, I’d wager a guess you live in California. Why? Because it’s the only state in the union that uses this terminology in reference to this common ad valorem tax. Everywhere else, “secured property tax” is simply called real estate tax (real estate is attached to or secured by land); and “unsecured property tax” is called personal property tax (movable property not permanently affixed to a particular location).

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Topics: Unsecured property tax