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Prioritizing Taxpayers

By Governor Pete Ricketts

Each week, I have the privilege of traveling Nebraska.  Over the past several months, I conducted 20 town halls, held 10 community visits recently following my State of the State address, and just this week I was in Chadron meeting with farmers and ranchers as well as community and business leaders.  773 more words


Joint Finance Set To Act on School Levy Tax Credit Allocation

Although most of the key decisions on K-12 education issues are not expected to be made by the Joint Finance Committee (JFC) until next week, a decision coming up on Thursday could have a profound impact on K-12 school funding options for the next two years. 277 more words

State Issue

Vacca Proposes $500 Property Tax Rebate for NYC Homeowners

Now that the city’s finances are in better shape, Councilman James Vacca thinks homeowners deserve a monetary boost, too.

Mr. Vacca and Councilman Mark Treyger are set to introduce a resolution today asking the state legislature to allow the city to offer a $500 property tax rebate to New York City homeowners, much like the popular $400 annual rebates that ended with the city’s budget crunch in 2009. 437 more words

Bill De Blasio

Overview on the Process of Property Tax Assessment Appeals

As a property tax payer, resident owners have the right to initiate an appeal of the current financial year’s duty assessment report. The first step to file a plea is to submit a written notification to your local taxation authority. 262 more words

Property Tax

Gov. Cuomo Signs Sandy Tax Abatement Legislation

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Property tax relief is on the way for New York homeowners who rebuilt or repaired their homes following Superstorm Sandy. 528 more words


State Lawmakers Pass De Blasio's Post-Sandy Property Tax Relief Bill

ALBANY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — New York state lawmakers on Tuesday passed legislation proposed by Mayor Bill de Blasio, which would prevent higher tax bills for city residents who rebuilt or repaired their homes after they were damaged by Superstorm Sandy. 258 more words


The Rights of a Tax Payer

As a property levy payer, an individual has a right to protest against the appraisal value or any actions of a tax board concerning property. If a duty payer is dissatisfied with the Appraisal Review Board (ARB) findings, he has the right to plea the judgment of ARB. 237 more words