How do I prove my case before the ATB?
In order to receive a reduction in the assessed value before the Appellate Tax Board (ATB), the property owner must prove that the actual market value of the property is less than the assessed value. A petitioner's presentation must be based upon hard facts and details, not generalities.

Please note: The ATB has no jurisdiction or control over taxes or tax rates.

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1. What is an abatement?
2. What are the reasons for filing an abatement?
3. When can I file for an abatement?
4. What is the process after I file an abatement?
5. What happens when the abatement application is approved?
6. Can I appeal the decision if my abatement application is denied?
7. What does the Appellate Tax Board do?
8. How do I prove my case before the ATB?