Welcome to the municipal taxes website of the law firm Bloom Law.

Municipal taxes are taxes levied by a municipality to fund local government and cover the costs associated with providing services to the community. These taxes are an important source of revenue for municipalities and are typically levied based on property values and other factors that may affect property values, such as parcel size.

In addition to additional taxes on property taxes and personal income taxes, municipalities also levy many taxes of their own. Examples of municipal taxes include taxes on second homes, on distributing advertising materials, on tourist lodging, on pylons and masts, and on lack of parking spaces. Municipal taxes vary from region to region and can also vary based on the type of services offered by the municipality.

Bloom Law attorneys have particular expertise in local taxation and assist both municipal governments and taxpayers with advice and legal defense in tax disputes.