Tuesday, July 30, 2013

What are Customers Saying About PTRC?

Property Tax Reduction Consultants
125 Jericho Turnpike, Jericho, NY 11753
516-484-0654 or 631-484-0654

If you’re considering contacting PTRC to help conquer your tax challenges, find out what others are saying about their experience with us! Listed below are some real clients testimonials that we hope reinforce your decision to work with us.

“Thank you for getting my Floral Park Village taxes successfully adjusted.” - Barbara

“Thank you for your clarification of the process, your manner was exemplary!” – Florence

“Thanks for a great tax break for a 72 year old senior!” – Al

“This note is over-due but "Sandy" has brought me unexpected circumstances. I would like very much to tell you how much I appreciated the time and thoughtfulness extended to me by your employee Jennifer. I have been dealing with P.T.R.C for many years. I felt she was courteous and genuine and needed recognition. Thank you for all your help.” – Brigid

“Thank you! You fought city hall and won… Bravo!” – Patricia

“Thank you for helping my family with this reduction. My wife and I have just retired and the savings came just in the nick of time.” – Charles and Karen

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you most sincerely for the refund check you sent me for overpaying property taxes. I was having sleepless nights how I was going to pay several bills that were due. Being 86 years old widow it is hard to find a job. You saved my day! Thank you most sincerely. I will remember you in my prayers. Good Health and happiness to you and yours. God Bless!” - Ed

But, that’s not all! Check out the testimonial page on our website to see what else our clients had to say about us at: http://www.ptrc.com/testimonials. Call us today and find out why PTRC is the leader in Property Tax Challenges!

Friday, July 26, 2013

Part of Long Beach Boardwalk to Reopen Today !

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125 Jericho Turnpike, Jericho, NY 11753
516-484-0654 or 631-484-0654

At 11 a.m. tomorrow, Long Beach officials will be making an announcement on the reopening of the first four-block section of the boardwalk. The announcement will be made at the end of National Boulevard, near the Allegria Hotel.

The new $44.2 million boardwalk was required by contract to finish fourth-fifths of a mile by today, officials claim the project is on time and within the budget range. Grace Industries, the firm building the boardwalk, is supposed to have the 2.2-mile structure done by November 12th, and “substantial completion” of the boardwalk by October 13th.

Not only is the boardwalk brand new, it is being constructed with materials that will protect it from any future storms coming. The structure is compiled with a retaining wall, Brazialian hardwoods and concrete, making the new boardwalk “Stronger, Smarter, and Safer”.

Although the boardwalk is brand new, when all set and done, old-time benches, light poles and fixtures will be featured on the structure. This gives the city a brand new, stronger outlook on things while keeping it original in honor of the former boardwalk.

What do you think about the Long Beach boardwalk reopening? Let us know your thoughts on our Facebook page.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

PTRC Can Help You Lower Your Property Taxes: Find Out More Here

Property Tax Reduction Consultants
125 Jericho Turnpike, Jericho, NY 11753
516-484-0654 or 631-484-0654

Property Tax Reduction Consultants of Long Island wants to help you pay your fair share of property taxes. P.T.R.C., Inc. consists of a team of expert who wants their clients to pay the lowest amount of property tax required by law.

For 23 years now P.T.R.C., Inc. has helped over 120,000 clients save millions of dollars all together.

Property Tax Reduction Consultants can help in a number of ways. They do all the paperwork and attend meetings so you don’t have to. P.T.R.C., Inc. uses the latest data, technology, strategy and negotiations to help you save money on property tax.

There is no fee to be qualified for property tax reduction. Even if you are already paying your fair share of property tax there is no fee.

P.T.R.C., Inc. provides valued customer satisfaction and is looking out in your best interest.

To look further into how you can reduce your property taxes, please contact P.T.R.C., Inc. at www.ptrc.com

Friday, July 19, 2013

New York’s New Tax Break: An Attempt to Draw Businesses to College Campuses

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125 Jericho Turnpike, Jericho, NY 11753
516-484-0654 or 631-484-0654
In June, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a revolutionary bill into law, allowing new businesses on college campuses to run tax-free for the next ten years. Under the provisions of Start-Up NY, an attempt to transform universities into business centers, new or relocated businesses are exempt from property, sales, and businesses taxes. 

According to CNBC, this bill will be the first ever to extinguish taxes for businesses around college properties. This bill will also excuse the employees of these new businesses from paying income tax for five years. The goal of this advance is to stimulate job creation and foster entrepreneurial efforts around universities in New York State.
According to Joanne Mahoney, the county executive from Onondaga County in upstate New York, this bill will act as an incentive to keep the young people our school systems have educated from leaving New York State to pursue their business ventures elsewhere. Unfortunately, union leaders find this bill unfair, since existing businesses cannot take advantage of these benefits. Morris Peters, on the other hand, a spokesperson for the NY State Division of Budget, believes that the law will bring energy and hope to these college communities. He notes the success of New York’s university system, but realizes that we have not been able to transform our fostered business ideas to the job market. Much of the state’s population lives close to a SUNY campus, so this tax break will be groundbreaking in stimulating jobs and transforming our public education system.
How do you think this bill will affect New York State’s job market? Let us know your feelings about this new Property Tax Law on our Facebook page

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Looking to Beat the Heat Wave?

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125 Jericho Turnpike, Jericho, NY 11753
516-484-0654 or 631-484-0654

As the sun heat and humidity creep up on Long Island in the next week, Islanders can find relief in cooling centers.

A couple Nassau County pools will remain open until 8 p.m. through tomorrow. These pools include: Wantagh Park, Cantiague Park in Hicksville, Christopher Morley in Port Washington, Nickerson Beach in Point Lookout and North Woodmere.

In Suffolk County Riverhead town beaches will stay open until 7 p.m. through Friday. Huntington beaches including, Crab Meadow, Centerport and Quentin Sammis/West Neck beaches will have lifeguards on duty until 7:30 p.m. Finally, Dix Hills Pool will remain open until 8 p.m.

For more information on this week’s heat wave and cooling centers CLICK HERE.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Finalists Selected in Redevelopment of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

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125 Jericho Turnpike, Jericho, NY 11753
516-484-0654 or 631-484-0654

Madison Square Garden Company and Forest City Ratner are the last standing potential developers for the reconstruction of Nassau Coliseum. Contracts regarding negotiations, developmental plans and final offers will be due in mid August.

After that the Nassau Country committee will recommend one contract to Nassau Country Executive Ed Mangano who will then distribute the final contract to the state Legislature.

MSG Company developmental plans consist of a 14,500-seat arena with a 150,000 square-foot entertainment complex along with an Islanders themed sports bar. While Forest City Ratner proposes an arena holding only 13,000 but featuring an outdoor amphitheater, bowling alley and ice skating rink, and holding minor league sports at the arena.

Mangano predicts the Legislature will come to terms some time between late August and early September.

For more information on the development proposals of Nassau Coliseum CLICK HERE

For more information concerning property tax reductions concerning the Nassau are please visit Property Tax Reduction Consultants at http://ptrc.calls.net/

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Celebrating 4th of July - Fireworks, Food and More!

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125 Jericho Turnpike, Jericho, NY 11753
516-484-0654 or 631-484-0654

The 4th of July is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence and our freedom from England.  The first annual celebration in 1777 included ringing bells, band music, bonfires and fireworks.  Every year we continue that tradition with celebrations all over Long Island The possibilities are endless with the following list of parades, picnics, fire work displays and much more.

  • Greenport 4th of July Carnival and Fireworks- Moore’s Lane, Greenport NY 11944 Tuesday July 2nd
  • Body English’s Annual 4th of July Celebration- Chateau Briand 440 Old Country Road, Carle Place NY 11514 Wednesday July 3rd, 9pm
  • Montauk’s Independence Day Celebration- Umbrella Beach, Old Montauk Highway, Montauk, NY 11954 July 4, 9pm-9:45pm
  • Pennysaver Amphitheatre- 55 South Bicycle Path, Farmingville, NY 11738, July 4th, 6pm
  • 4th July Fireworks Over the Bay- Captree Park 3500 E. Ocean Parkway, Babylon, NY 11702, July 4th 6:30pm
  • Valley Stream’s Annual 4th of July Fireworks Show, Firemen’s Memorial Field E. Fenimore St. and Albermarle Ave, Valley Stream, NY 11580 July 4th, 6-10pm
  • Fireworks and Fine Dining- Crescent Beach Club 333 Bayville Ave., Bayville on the Sound, New York 11706 July 4th, 6:30pm
  • Long Island Ducks Ballgame & Fireworks- Bethpage Ballpark 3 Court House Drive, Central Islip, NY 11722 July 4th, 7:05 pm
  • Peconic Bay Medical Center’s July Family Festival- 6164 Route 25A, Wading River, NY 11792, July 4th 6-11pm
  • 1861 Independence Day Celebration- Old Bethpage Village Restoration 1303 Round Swamp Road, Old Bethpage, NY 11804 July 4th