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Oklahoma Property Tax Updates

UPDATED June 2024

Central Assessment Filing Deadline

We anticipate the deadline to appeal tax assessments of Oklahoma centrally assessed property to be on or around July 8, 2024. The Oklahoma State Board of Equalization will meet June 17, 2024 to certify central assessments of taxable property of railroads, airlines, and other public service corporations including electric, pipeline, telecommunication, video service provider, and water companies. Shortly thereafter companies will receive a notice of valuation from the State Board. Taxpayers have 20 days from the date of the notice to file an appeal with the Court of Tax Review. Please reach out for help with filing an appeal of a central assessment.


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