Board of Review Meeting Schedules Key to Successfully Filing Objections

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Local Board of Review meetings are where property owners can make their case for why their assessments should be corrected, and it's important to file objections in accordance to when the Board meets. While the Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) maintains a calendar of when local meetings are held, not all municipalities list, nor are they required to list, their Board of Review meeting schedule on the DOR website.

Instead, as attorney Don Millis explains, property owners and/or their legal counsel would be wise to check their community's website for Board of Review meetings to avoid having their arguments dismissed and assessments stand because they missed the filing deadline.

If you have any questions about your property assessment and how to file an objection with your local Board of Review, please contact Don Millis, Sara Rapkin, Kristina Somers or Doug Pessefall in Reinhart’s State and Local Tax Group.


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