How do I file a property tax abatement in MA?

A taxpayer must timely file an application for abatement on the approved form with the local assessors in order for the assessors to consider the abatement request and to preserve the taxpayer's right of appeal to the ATB. The approved forms are available at the local board of assessors' office. May 13, 2019. (mass.gov)

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