I'll try to be brief, but there are inconsistency's with the 7 weeks of Daniel 9 which point us September 23, 2015, verses our idea of when Jubilee is to occur. I believe when Christ returns, everything has to match. Since the Bible is the inspired word of God without error, would it make sense for Christ to return on a date which fulfills the 7 weeks of Daniel 9, but not Jubilee? Or would it make sense for Christ to return on a Jubilee, but on a day that has nothing to do with the 7 weeks of Daniel 9? I don't think so. I feel all pieces of the puzzle have to fit, and currently there is a 1 year discrepancy between the 7 weeks date of Sept. 23, 2015, and the suggested Jubilee of 2016-17.
And of course there is, both the 7 weeks, and Jubilee are being counted from 1967, but the 7 weeks is 49 years, and the Jubilee is 50 year. Odd and even numbers don't mix, and so there a 1 year discrepancy. There are no discrepancies with God, and He doesn't make mistakes. Its our interpretation that is wrong.
So without going into to much detail, I believe the Shmita years, and understanding them hold the key. God instructed Moses that every 7th year was to be a Sabbath rest year (a shmita), but that the year after every 7th shmita (49th year) was to be the Jubilee. The debate is that every 7th year is to be a Sabbath year...indefinitely, but by adding a "foreign" 50th year, it alters that ongoing cycle of "every 7th year".
I was reading about this and found that there is some debate about this in Rabbinical and other circles. And so the solution is counting that 50th Jubilee year as also the 1st year of the ongoing 7 year cycles, such that from the 7th Shmita year (or 49th year), to the next Jubilee, (not the one that would occur the next year), there is in fact the 50 year Jubilee cycle, held within perspective of the ongoing 7th year Sabbaths.
Its kind of confusing to explain so I made a chart attempting to describe it otherwise this post will have no end! The thing is the bible does not contradict this view, and so therefore it is not "out there". And, so when we adopt this approach we find that the 7 weeks of Daniel 9 leading up to Sept. 23, 2015 fit perfectly with 2015-16 being Jubilee, and 1966-67 being Jubilee. So Daniel 9 is fulfilled, in context with the Jubilee requirements, and Jubilee is also fulfilled in context with the "every 7th year" law and the 7 weeks of Daniel 9. If anyone can find real biblical proof that this is wrong...let me know.