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assess at

To estimate the value of something at a particular price. A noun or pronoun can be used between "assess" and "at." What price has the house been assessed at? I'm thrilled that the expert assessed my family heirloom at such a high price.

assess something at something

to estimate or value something at some figure. They assess the value of our house at half what it would sell for. The house was assessed at far more than its true worth.
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The Nabisco property, currently assessed at $1,000,000, would have a land value of anywhere between $4,000,000 and $6,000,000.
Also, the risk of material misstatement is to be assessed at the financial statement, account balance or class of transaction level, as well as at the disclosure level, including the notes to the financial statements, acknowledging that users of the financial statements do consider such notes in their decisions.
Optimal Solutions and Technologies (OST) has announced that the company has been assessed at Level 3 of the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) across its entire organization.
If a taxpayer files a false or fraudulent return with the intent to evade tax or does not file a return, tax may be assessed at any time.
Taxes on homes assessed at the median value throughout the county are increasing, anywhere from 2.2 percent in Mapleton to 11 percent in Veneta, the county said.
Range of motion and intensity of soreness were assessed at 6, 24 and 48 hours.
"Every property in Ontario is entitled to be assessed at fair market value ...
Thus, while the question is assessed at the lowest possible level at which the student can answer it, the answer is assessed at its highest possible level.
But the city's assessment policies require it be assessed at a fraction of that value, depending on a equalization formula, with any increases transitioned in over a five-year period.
Boys who were very inhibited when first assessed at 21 months tended to lose their extreme shyness as they matured, beginning around age 7.
Accordingly, if a return is "false or fraudulent," there is no stopping the tax from being assessed at any time--be it two or 22 years after the return was filed.
All owners with income-producing properties that are assessed at $40,000 or more should be preparing to file an income and expense statement with the Department of Finance.
For instance, a property whose full value is $1 million would be assessed at $450,000 at a 45 percent equalization rate.
Pointing out that the burden of New York City real estate taxes is not equitably distributed, the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) has called for "a two-class property tax system with all properties assessed at 100 percent of market value and no caps on assessments."
All property owners with income producing properties that are assessed at $40,000 or more are supposed to file either an RPIE, an exclusion form, or an agreement to use the 1993 Tax Commission Income and Expense Statement.