Q: How can we go about finding a tax attorney that can help with personal business property tax overpayment not refunded?
We tried to recover by filing an amendment, however the county claims the dealine had passed.
A: Generally, time deadlines for tax assessment appeals are hard deadlines. So if you have missed this deadline you probably cannot contest an assessment for that closed year. However, you could contest for the next year. Finally, I am not a Indiana attorney, so to be sure of your rights to contest here, you should retain an Indiana tax attorney who does tax assessment challenges on regular basis.
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