Submitted by Ingrid Protacio on Mon, 11/05/2012 - 10:23
Property Taxes represent the single largest controllable expense impacting commercial and industrial properties in Canada. In Ontario, the province-wide property tax reassessment occurring in 2012 for the taxation years 2013 to 2016 will affect all non-residential properties. MPAC has started mailing out over 5,000,000 property assessments notices (September 13 to November 16). This assessment is based on the Jan 1, 2012 valuation date and is effective for the 4 years (property taxes for 2013 to 2016). It is important to note that market increases between 2008 to 2012 will be phased in and decreases will be applied immediately. Key dates are:
Submitted by AEC on Mon, 04/02/2012 - 14:35
To aid our clients, our Atlantic Senior Consultant, Peter McLellan has put together a Question & Answer sheet on the Top 4 questions that clients may have for their New Brunswick Assessment Appeals.
QUESTION 1: Is it necessary to file individual appeals with each region where the properties are situated? Or is there one central regional depository where we can file all appeals from across the province?
ANSWER 1: We can send them all at Head Office at the following address. They will redistribute to the proper Regional Offices afterward:
SNB – Property Assessment Services
82 Westmorland Street
Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 3L3
Phone (506) 453-2658 Fax (506) 453-4005
QUESTION 2: Is there someplace on the web where I can quickly match the region to the municipality?
ANSWER 2: GO on the SNB.ca website to find the fax # and address for the 11 regional assessment offices. The 11 regional offices are as follows: