If you agree with the assessed value shown, you do not need to do anything.
If you disagree with the assessed value shown, you may file an appeal with the Mo nmouth County Board of Taxatio n. Forms, instructions and a guide to the process Understanding Property Assessment Appeals for Monmouth County may be obtained at https://secure.njappealonline.com/prodappeals/login.aspx or through your municipal assessor at the address printed on the reverse of this notice.
Assessment appeals filed with the Monmouth County Board of Taxation must be filed on or before January 15 or 45 days from the date mailed, as it appears on the front of this notice, whichever date is later.
Also, note that the Monmouth County Board of Taxation has developed an online appeal system accessed via htt ps://sec ure. njappealonline.com. Traditional "paper" appeals are also available at your municipal assessor's office.
If the assessed value exceeds $1,000,000, you have the option of filing your appeal directly with the· Tax Court at PO Box 972, Hughes Justice Complex, Trenton, New Jersey 08625. Pursuant to N.J .S.A. 54:3-21(a)(2), all assessment appeals filed directly to the Tax Court must be filed on or before April 1 or 45 days from the date mailed as it appears on this assessment notice, whichever date is later. Forms which you may use to file your complaint may be found at htt p://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/taxcout/dcmform.html.
This assessment will be used to calculate your pro pe rty tax bill. Do not multiply last year's property tax rate by the current year's assessment value to determine taxes for the current year.
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