The approximate time involved in an appeal process is illustrated below with typical dates when each portion of this process occurs.
Taxpayer receives Notice of Valuation and Tax Change.
Valuation questions can be directed to the
Appeal is filed with Board of Equalization.
(Mail-in or walk-in.)
Unless extended by the
State Tax Commission appeal is reviewed and recommendation is made through a review or hearing.
Final decision issued by the Board.
Taxpayer receives Board of Equalization decision letter.
All final decisions of the Salt Lake County Board of Equalization can be appealed to the Utah State Tax Commission following their administrative rules. Further appeal can be made to the courts.
With in 30 days from receipt of a County decision, all Board of Equalization decisions can be appealed to the State Tax Commission.