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4 (1995), the Court of Federal Claims held that an overassessment of income taxes was scheduled within the meaning of Sec.
Whereas in the diverse county, no race would be any more likely to contain the median voter than any other, which would restrain the assessor from targeting any specific group for overassessment.
Overassessments can easily be submerged on the self-reporting form schedules, unless an itemized review of personal property is completed.
Eisenhower ordered liberalization of Veterans Administration (VA) and Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgage and modernization regulations, short-term funding by the Treasury, a quickening of domestic procurement, immediate repayment by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) of overassessment claims prior to adjudication, early decisions on proposed public utility expansion cases, and consultation with the state governors on acceleration of public works projects.
Richard Schwartz, tax counsel and director of government and fiscal affairs for the Business Council of New York State, said "A taxpayer should have the fundamental right of challenging overassessment and inequality, and you cannot do that without the ability to do a sales ratio.
But assessments in the World Bank's World Development Report 1993 confirm that this figure is now thought to have been an overassessment.
Secondly, when the government is accused of having failed to appreciate the seriousness of worsening inflationary pressures, three instances are usually cited: its overassessment of the adverse effects on aggregate demand of the October 1987 decline in the stock market, the decision to keep the pound pegged to the D-Mark at the beginning of 1988, and the tax cuts in the 1988 Budget.
The cumulative effect of a series of small overcharges, they say, is a whopping overassessment.
Let me dash into the bank to cash a $2 refund check for overassessment on our neutered dog, and the guy in line ahead of me is trying to get a $10,000 loan with an unpaid traffic ticket for identification.
The taxpayer claimed that he had not signed Form 870, Waiver of Restrictions on Assessment and Collection of Deficiency in Tax and Acceptance of Overassessment, but the IRS claimed that he had based on the numeric codes on the transcripts.
Owners of property in prosperous neighborhoods may be more aware of property values and more likely to challenge an overassessment than other taxpayers.
He started them in 1988 after he uncovered the extent of the overassessment problem on Long Island.
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