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Getting ready for tax time

Property taxes due for Ward County residents

December 27, 2013

Residents of Ward County are making their yearly trek, or telephone call, to the Ward County Auditor and Treasurer’s office to pay their yearly property taxes....

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Dec-27-13 6:28 PM

property taxes are the biggest "wealth redistribution" scam on the planet.

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Dec-27-13 6:28 PM

how about everybody GET A JOB

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Dec-27-13 5:25 PM

Some of you folks obviously have never lived in a state where the "utopian progressives" are in charge. I highly recommend that you move to one of those states so you can participate in "wealth redistribution" firsthand

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Dec-27-13 3:37 PM

Stories like this bring to mind an old saying "the only difference between a robber and a Minot politician is the robber won't lie to you while he takes all your money".

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Dec-27-13 12:00 PM

Did this article say anything at all about the actual taxes...

"programming errors" = waited for School Bond Vote.

Overall I think taxes went down, why not do a positive story about it and explain taxes a b Bit.

In the meantime I'll continue to support the children of Minot by Voting NO, again and again.

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Dec-27-13 10:15 AM

" 10 STATES WITH HIGHEST PROPERTY TAXES " The Tax Foundation found that homeowners in these states paid the most in property taxes compared to home value. The percentages represent the percentage of home value that homeowners pay in property taxes. 1.New Jersey - 1.89% 2.New Hampshire - 1.86% 3.Texas - 1.81% 4.Wisconsin - 1.76% 5.Nebraska - 1.70% 6.Illinois - 1.73% 7.Connecticut - 1.63% 8.Michigan - 1.62% 9.Vermont - 1.59% 10.North Dakota - 1.42%

As for Income ND ranks 27th from the top so the Property Taxes are seriously out of line already .

About****/Tax Planning

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Dec-27-13 8:56 AM

Just say NO to property taxes.... relief my aching behind... just a new revenue scource for the greedy..

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