Ryan is a former auditor for PriceWaterhouseCoopers where he audited Fortune 500 companies in the energy, manufacturing, and financial services industries..
With more than 6 years experience leading energy and tax policy, Ryan has the knowledge to lead priorities and tax relief needed for our growing economy.
Ryan understands that real people and real businesses need friendly, fair service from the tax department.
Public Leadership: Ryan became North Dakota’s Tax Commissioner in January after nearly five years as Deputy Tax Commissioner
Private Sector Experience: Ryan is a former auditor at PriceWaterhouseCoopers
Ryan Rauschenberger is the twenty-fourth North Dakota State Tax Commissioner. He was appointed to the role after serving for nearly five years as the state’s Deputy Tax Commissioner.Learn more about Ryan
August 19, 2014
A $200,000 home would receive an approximate average of $2,000 in annual property tax savings
Bismarck, ND – North Dakota State Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger, today, released a comprehensive three-part property tax relief plan. The plan will boost state funded property tax relief from $857 million to $1.357 billion in the next biennium. “As Deputy Tax Commissioner, I worked closely with legislators in the two last sessions to champion state funded property tax relief,” said Rauschenberger. “The plan we released today will build upon the success those programs provided and reduce the total local property tax burden by over 50%.”