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Property taxes on Long Island are calculated by taking your tax assessed value and multiplying it by the School & General tax rates.
Property taxes on Long Island are among the highest in the country, not only due to high property values, but as a result of regular annual budgeting, voting tax rates on spending, as well as frequent errors leading to extremely inflated bills.
The deadline for filing a tax grievance in Nassau County is March 1 each year.
The deadline for filing a tax grievance in Suffolk County is the Third Tuesday of May each year.
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