There is a simple formula that is used to determine how much you owe in property taxes, however if your property is valued incorrectly, you could be overpaying.  Tim Rye and Adam Pabarcus from our property tax appeals team recently sat down with Bill Griffith to discuss the property tax appeals process and to

If you own property in Minnesota, you should have recently received a truth-in-taxation form showing the assessed value of your property for taxes payable in 2024. If you think your property has been overvalued, you may have options to reduce it.

What is the Truth-in-Taxation Form?

The purpose of the truth-in-taxation notice is to enhance

Businesses face any number of headwinds. High interest rates, inflation, work shortages, and supply chain problems are just a few. Don’t let this list include overpaying on your property taxes.

As the saying goes, the only certain things in life are death and taxes. But that doesn’t mean you have to accept your property taxes

You invested the time, money, and grit needed to build a successful construction business.  You have the right insurance coverage, thoughtfully written contracts, and solid vendor relationships.  Nothing stands in the way of your success, or so you thought.  Unfortunately, contractors are vulnerable to attacks from sources that have nothing to do with mechanic’s liens

Last week, we posted a blog addressing how the recent legalization of recreational cannabis in Minnesota may affect employee drug-testing policies. We now direct our attention to employers with questions about their general drug and alcohol policies. Here are some things to consider when changing an existing drug and alcohol policy.

Understanding the Law

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On August 1, 2023, recreational marijuana and cannabis products became legal in the state of Minnesota. Employers are now asking how this new law affects their employment policies and procedures. In the first of a two-part series of blog posts on how the legalization of marijuana affects drug and alcohol polices, we address whether employers

In this episode of The Larkin Hoffman Real Estate Podcast, Megan Rogers shares her experience sitting down with ⁠Ra’eesa Motala⁠, Vice President of Rokos Advisors, at a special event honoring the women who are breaking down barriers in the traditionally male-dominated field of commercial real estate.  

Megan had the opportunity to engage in

In a groundbreaking ruling, the Minnesota Supreme Court affirmed a tax court decision requiring tax assessors to exclude the airport’s concession fees from rent-based valuations for property tax purposes. The case offers a flight plan to lower taxes at many of the nation’s transportation hubs and underscores the importance for all taxpayers to exclude business