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The Nyemaster Tax Law Blog is dedicated to current tax law and employee benefit/ERISA issues impacting individuals and businesses, at both the Iowa and federal levels. We hope you find this resource informative and appreciate your feedback.

April 25, 2017

ALERT: Appeals of 2017 Property Tax Assessments Due May 1, 2017

Under Iowa law, petitions to appeal the January 1, 2017 assessed values of real estate must be filed with the county or city board of review no later than Monday, May 1, 2017. According to the Polk County Assessor’s April 2017 newsletter, the average increase for commercial and industrial property...

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November 6, 2013

Understanding the New Iowa Property Tax Legislation Part 3: Procedural Changes

By Bruce Baker and Dwayne Vande Krol This is the third in a series of articles analyzing key sections of 2013 legislation that significantly changed Iowa’s property tax system. In this post, we address procedural changes impacting property taxpayers, including changes to the timing and methods for filing appeals with...

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July 24, 2013

Understanding the New Iowa Property Tax Legislation Part 2: Commercial Property Tax Credit

By Bruce Baker, Dwayne Vande Krol, and Sarah Raaii This is the second in a series of articles analyzing key sections of recent legislation that significantly changed Iowa’s property tax system. In this post, we address the commercial property tax credit and its impact on commercial property owners. The new...

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June 24, 2013

Understanding the New Iowa Property Tax Legislation Part 1: Commercial Property Tax Roll-Back

By Bruce Baker, Dwayne Vande Krol, and Sarah Raaii During the 2013 legislative session, the Iowa General Assembly passed landmark property tax reform that the Governor recently signed into law. This is the first in a series of articles analyzing the key sections of the legislation and what it means...

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April 9, 2013

How to Successfully Appeal Your 2013 Property Tax Assessment

By Bruce Baker and Dwayne Vande Krol Under Iowa law, all real property is subject to reassessment as of January 1 of each odd-numbered year. Accordingly, by April 15 of this year, city and county assessors throughout the state of Iowa will be notifying taxpayers of the assessed value of...

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