To calculate a commercial property’s value for tax purposes, the city uses what is known as a “capitalized income approach.” IBO examines this method, focusing on a key part of the calculation and investigates how overestimation of these rates leads to inequitable property assessments.
Included in its Preliminary Budget, the Adams Administration proposed 3 tax programs: one to enhance the value of city’s EITC, which increases the value of wages and salaries for low- and moderate-income tax filer; as well as 2 tax breaks to incentivize the development of childcare programs in NYC
New York City By the Numbers: IBO has updated the fiscal history section of our website with new data on New Yorkers’ income and personal income tax liability. The new data, the most recent available, covers the 2019 tax year. See some highlights from our updated tables.
DATA TABLES: We have updated the fiscal history section of our website with new data on New Yorkers’ income and personal income tax liability. The new data, the latest available, covers tax years 2017 and 2018.