Comment 33207

By Gage_X (registered) | Posted September 04, 2009 at 02:42:13

I think this article makes sense. It would seem like when I buy one lollipop, I would pay 3 or 4 dollars for that. It would mean that whatever property we are enjoying, it is equivalent to payment. Where does our property taxes go by the way? There are far fewer insults that people are saddled with than property taxes. Property taxes in essence say that the government owns the land that you bought, and therefore, you have to pay them to allow you to buy what you want. They are bogus - but there's no getting rid of them, but discounts are possible. CNN Money recently highlighted the community of Alpine, NJ, the most expensive place to buy a house, and how to reduce the property tax bill. Here's how - dispute it. After an assessor does his job, 30 to 90 days after the assessment, dispute it if you can. It might save you more than an online cash advance or two on your property taxes.

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