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FSBR Presents "Defending Tax Appeals"
Each year, thousands of residential and commercial property owners seek to reduce their tax liability by challenging their property assessments. Because tax revenues account for such a large portion of municipal operations, it is important for taxing jurisdictions to successfully defend against those appeals.

Now that Notices of Assessment have been issued and March Boards of Review have been completed, Townships should start preparing to defend 2021 property tax appeals. This webinar will address the "what," "when," and "how" for Townships to be prepared to receive, handle, and defend property tax appeals that are filed with the Michigan Tax Tribunal (MTT) for tax year 2021. Join Attorneys Ross Bower and Brittany Nichol as they outline the important steps of the appeals process for both the Small Claims and Entire Tribunal Divisions.

May 20, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Ross K. Bower II
Member @Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC
Ross K. Bower II counsels many of our municipal clients on day-to-day issues, focusing on Michigan municipal, property tax and drain law with an emphasis on property tax appeals and special assessments. Ross also focuses on municipal litigation in administrative, trial, and appellate courts.
Brittany M. Nichol
Associate Attorney @Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC
Brittany M. Nichol primarily focuses her practice on drain law and municipal law, with an emphasis on tax appeals and special assessments. She performs legal research and consistently reviews new caselaw. Brittany is an active member in the Ingham County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section and was previously Secretary and a Board Member for the Young Lawyers Section.