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Assessing the odds: This year’s unusual property tax appeal season, explained

Through March 31, Allegheny County property owners have unusual opportunities to reduce their tax bills. But not everyone will benefit. Normally, owners have until March 31 of any given year to challenge the assessment underlying that year’s property tax bill. That remains the case this year. But in addition to being able to challenge 2023 bills, property owners also have until March 31 to challenge their 2022 bills.