Property tax has been levied on my home. The basis is too high and the municipal authority has said that it is based on values provided by the Tax Administration. What should I do?

You must first check whether there are grounds for appealing against the tax value. If the tax value of the property exceeds 30 percent (primary dwelling) or 84 percent (secondary dwelling) of the market value (basis), you can have the value reduced. You must then appeal against the tax value for the 2015 income year.