Why isn’t my exemption reflected on my tax bill?
Exemptions should always be reflected on the tax bill of the year that the exemption is in effect. If applications are received by the due date, and approved, the exemption will appear on the December tax bill.

If the exemption is denied, the applicant will receive a denial letter by May 1st of that year and will have sufficient time to file for a grievance by Grievance Day (third Tuesday of May).

If your exemption does not appear on the tax bill, callers should contact the Department of Assessment (631) 360-7560 to inquire as to the specific reason it does not appear.

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1. Does my property lose exemption if I transfer it into a life estate?
2. How do I obtain a copy of my property deed?
3. How can I find out the square footage of my home and when it was built?
4. What does the town assessor do?
5. What is the deadline to file an application for property tax exemption?
6. When can I expect a reduction in my tax bill as a result of my small claims?
7. Why are my property taxes so high?
8. Why are my property taxes higher this year?
9. Why do taxes vary on similar looking houses?
10. Why isn’t my exemption reflected on my tax bill?