How to Reduce Your Property Taxes in 2024

Important: The Deadline to File Property Tax Appeals This Year is March 31, 2024

EmpowerU Virtual Zoom Class
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Wednesday, March 13, 2024

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Chris Finney from Finney Law Firm LLC Explains What We Can Do About Our Property Taxes

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Attorney Chris Finney reprises a popular EmpowerU seminar on reducing your property taxes. This could be like money in the bank! Property taxes finance our schools and fund numerous levies for public services and civic desires. As property owners, many people find property taxes a significant burden on the family budget. 

This year many property owners have been hit with big increases on their property taxes and are looking for options to get their property taxes reduced. Specifically, we will be discussing reducing OHIO PROPERTY TAXES.

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Chris Finney will take you step-by-step through the process of determining how to pay the lowest possible tax on your home or business. His tips will be worth your effort to attend this great session.   The deadline for filing an appeal on your property tax is March 31—so get the facts at tonight’s virtual seminar.

Speaker Bio:

Mr. Finney is the owner of Finney Law Firm, LLC, where he concentrates on commercial transactional and litigation projects. In addition, Mr. Finney is a renowned public interest litigator, enjoying three 9-0 victories at the United States Supreme Court.

As a transactional attorney, Mr. Finney handles routine and complex real estate matters, and is a licensed Ohio title insurance agent. He has more than 30 years of experience in acquisition, disposition, leasing, and financing as well as issues relating to covenants and easements for real property. Mr. Finney is the sole owner of Ivy Pointe Title founded in 2013, which handles residential and commercial title insurance and closings. Its underwriters are First American Title Insurance and Fidelity Title Insurance. In all, Mr. Finney and his companies have handled more than 15,000 real estate closings in his career.

As a litigator, Mr. Finney has handled commercial disputes of many types, with a focus on real estate related matters and public interest law. These include construction disputes; contract disputes and matters of real estate title.
In today’s increasingly complex world, the intersection of public regulation and private actions has become more intertwined. As such, there is a tremendous value to confronting governmental actions with public interest litigation. As a result, Mr. Finney has extensive experience in the public interest arena, from taxation to lobbying to public interest litigation. His notable public interest accomplishments are the same cases attached to the Finney Law Firm profile. He was counsel of record in each of those cases.