When can I file a BOR complaint?
Complaints can be filed through March 31st of each year (the date is extended to the next business day if the 31st falls on a weekend). If a complaint is filed by mail or certified mail, and has a United States postmark (on the envelope or sender's receipt) of March 31st, it will be considered filed on March 31st. A private meter postmark on an envelope is not a valid postmark for purposes of establishing the filing date.

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1. How can I file a BOR complaint form?
2. When can I file a BOR complaint?
3. What tax year can I file for?
4. If I am filing on a recent purchase or sale of property, what documents should I submit with my complaint?
5. What should I expect once I have filed my complaint?
6. If I get a reduction in value, how do I get a refund or credit?
7. What if I do not agree with the Board of Revision decision?
8. Does a Board of Revision value decision carry forward?
9. Do I need an attorney to file for a Board of Revision complaint?