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How to Dispute Your Property Tax Bill

Property tax abatement applications must be filed by Feb. 1 with the assessors' office.

If you have good reason to believe your new tax assessment is too high, you still have time to lodge your dispute with the town.

The deadline to file a tax abatement with the Plymouth Assessors' Office is Feb. 1. The assessors office says applications must be filed either via U.S. Postal Service or hand delivered to the office.

The form itself can be found online here or at the assessors office at Town Hall.

Petitions are heard by the Board of Assessors, which meets monthly in the assessors office.

Since Town Hall is closed Fridays, make sure to get your abatement in before Friday, Feb. 1.

Taxes are also due Feb. 1.

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