LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- Nebraska landowners who want to challenge the taxable value of their property have until Monday to file their protests.
The state Revenue Department says landowners and homeowners received an extra day to file protests this year because the June 30 deadline falls on a Sunday.
Property owners who disagree with the assessed value of their land or home can file a protest with their county's board of equalization. The protests must be submitted in person or by mail with the clerk of the county where the property is located.
Landowners should have received notice this spring from their counties if the value of their property was changed over the past year.
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