Annual Compliance Services

If your properties receive an ICIP property Tax exemption, you’re required to file a Certificate of Continuing Use (CCU) annually. If you’re an ICAP recipient, you’re required to file the CCU every two years. The yearly filing also applies to not-for-profit organizations.

While these forms are fairly simple to complete, it can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost or forfeited benefits if they aren’t filed completely and accurately before the deadline. MGNY’s annual compliance services can help avoid your long-term benefits from being compromised.

323
Properties Represented for Exemption Renewals
$550 Million
Total Property Value Represented for Exemption Renewals

Lorem Ipsum

It is always easier to anticipate issues and prevent problems at the reporting stage of the tax cycle. MGNY’s recurrent reporting and compliance services eliminate the taxpayers’ need to keep track of multiple reporting deadlines, and to stay current with constantly changing reporting requirements. MGNY has been at the forefront in terms of alerting owners of upcoming filing deadlines and monitoring the latest changes in the reporting requirements.

Lorem Ipsum

It is always easier to anticipate issues and prevent problems at the reporting stage of the tax cycle. MGNY’s recurrent reporting and compliance services eliminate the taxpayers’ need to keep track of multiple reporting deadlines, and to stay current with constantly changing reporting requirements. MGNY has been at the forefront in terms of alerting owners of upcoming filing deadlines and monitoring the latest changes in the reporting requirements.

Lorem Ipsum

It is always easier to anticipate issues and prevent problems at the reporting stage of the tax cycle. MGNY’s recurrent reporting and compliance services eliminate the taxpayers’ need to keep track of multiple reporting deadlines, and to stay current with constantly changing reporting requirements. MGNY has been at the forefront in terms of alerting owners of upcoming filing deadlines and monitoring the latest changes in the reporting requirements.