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January 23, 2014 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-01-23

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Who says you can't fight taxes?

This is the time of year when your stomach starts churning. The weather is generally, miserable
and you know with every mail delivery comes more bills.
One of the most hated bills is the one for your impending property tax.
It's a typical form notification with the heading: THIS IS NOT A TAX BILL."
In reality, it's an early warning from the assessor's office of a probably increase in your property
tax and you only have 14 days to appeal.
The assessor, by design doesn't give you much time so you're left in a quandary, unless you
contact Hoffert & Associates, P.C.

Specialists in property tax law and disputes, Myles B. Hoffert, a former CPA and prominent tax
attorney heads a firm that knows the ins and outs of your rights when it comes to property tax.
They have over 83 combined years of property tax experience and are so adroit at successful
resolutions on behalf of their clients that they won't accept a case unless they are certain to get
a satisfactory resolution for you.
Hoffert charges no fees unless they have your property taxes reduced as they work on
contingency. You only pay the nominal filing and appraisal fees.

You can certainly appeal on your own but have a much less chance of succeeding in court.
Hoffert, on the other hand has gone all the way to the Michigan Supreme Court on behalf on their
clients.

Two weeks are not a lot of time to respond.
Call Hoffert now and put their tax team to work
for you. After all, we're talking about your money.

Hoffert & Associates, P.C.

"Fighting to lower property taxes for you"

www.hoffertlaw.com
248-702-6100

HOFFERT &

ASSOCIATES

Myles B. Hoffert
Attorney at Law

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