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Timothy Rye
I am a Minnesota property tax appeal attorney and licensed appraiser. My personal goal is to help commercial property taxpayers reduce their tax obligations.
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RamseyCounty Nov 13
Ramsey County property owners will begin receiving Proposed Property Tax Notices this week. Notice estimates amount owners will pay in 2018 if county, cities, school districts & other jurisdictions approve respective budget proposals.
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Timothy Rye Nov 9
Tax reform plan could hurt Twin Cities development, possibly The Dayton’s Project via
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Michael Nov 3
will be closed Thanksgiving, pay OT on Black Friday
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Minnesota Business Oct 27
will present ways to navigate the litigation minefield and promote innovation November 9, 7:30 a.m. ()
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Larkin Hoffman Oct 26
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The Ackerberg Group Oct 26
On the left is the Marquette National Bank in 1960. On the right is the IDS Center in 2016.
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MplsStPaulBizJournal Oct 24
Target, Best Buy use lease leverage against Amazon's Whole Foods plan:
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Tax Law Blogs Oct 23
Meet Minnesota Tax Court’s Newest Judge: Tamar N. Gronvall via
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Tax Law Blogs Oct 22
Property Valuation is an Inexact Science via
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Tax Law Blogs Oct 22
Minnesota Property Tax Dates from Assessment to Appeal Filing via
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Timothy Rye Oct 16
Congratulations Stephen, enjoy retirement! Ramsey County assessor retiring after 16 years via
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NAIOP Corporate Oct 11
Congrats to Ben Bastian, VP with and a NAIOP 2017 Developing Leaders Award Winner.
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Judy Johnson Oct 3
Jaci Bell talks about incorporating options like biking to work & benefits to workforce/design.
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Star Tribune Sep 12
Mayor proposes raising Mpls. property tax levy by 5.5 percent in new budget
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Timothy Rye Sep 8
Good work by and RE taxes in St. Paul will be an area to watch due to the loss of the street maintenance fees.
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Timothy Rye Sep 8
Replying to @FrederickMelo
Moreover, more than half of the exempt property is from government and public schools.
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Timothy Rye Sep 8
Replying to @FrederickMelo
Interestingly, the task force determined that St. Paul's amount of non-profits is not unique and does not represent as much RE as thought.
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Timothy Rye Sep 8
Replying to @FrederickMelo
Any payment by nonprofits would have to be voluntary, because they are constitutionally exempt from property taxes.
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Timothy Rye Sep 8
Replying to @FrederickMelo
The PILOT initiative comes as a hope to replace revenue generated by street maintenance fees that were eliminated by the court.
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Timothy Rye Sep 8
on St. Paul's potential PILOT (Payment in Lieu of Taxes) initiative for St. Paul non-profits.
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