Klafter & Burke Selects AppealTrack Property Tax System

CHICAGO, September 9, 2013 – Klafter & Burke has selected AppealTrack’s property tax appeal system as its tax practice software platform. Klafter & Burke, led by Edward M. Burke, focuses on Ad Valorem Taxation.

“AppealTrack is the data solution, which answers all our needs, as it combines assessment, appeal, analysis, history and client contact information all in one place,” said Kelly Keeling from Klafter & Burke. “Doug and Josh have held our hands every step of the way as we transition to their product. AppealTrack will make us more efficient in our client communication and overall appeals.”

“We’re very excited to work with Klafter & Burke,” said AppealTrack’s CEO Doug Collins, “this partnership further reinforces our commitment to provide the leading property tax management system for Chicago firms.” AppealTrack’s software suite includes tools to track property tax appeals, generate filing forms, and communicate with clients via letters and emails.

Other Chicago-based AppealTrack clients include Smith Nicolau, Rubin & Norris, and accounting firm, Grant Thornton. A national roster of tax professionals uses AppealTrack to manage more than $30 billion in property tax appeals.

To request a demo of AppealTrack visit www.AppealTrack.com/demo

About Klafter & Burke

Klafter and Burke helps clients obtain fair and equitable assessments. The firm represents clients throughout the Chicago area, including Cook, DuPage, Lake, McHenry and Will Counties. Knowledgeable attorneys contest assessments in the offices of these respective county assessors, before boards of tax review and, when appropriate, in the trial and appellate courts.

Fifty years of experience combined with a small attorney-to-client ration, allow Klafter & Burke attorneys to provide each client with expertise and an exceptional level of individualized attention. Generally, Klafter and Burke represents larger industrial and commercial properties including office complexes, shopping centers, hotels, warehouses, manufacturing plants, parking garages and banks.