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A little tax relief

Property assessments drop for most Minot homeowners

April 5, 2014

Many Minot homeowners won’t see an increase in their property assessments this year, which is something that hasn’t happened for a long time....

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takkak

Apr-08-14 9:46 AM

Its official, just voted NO.

Feels so good to help keep taxes low.

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takkak

Apr-07-14 8:53 PM

It's risen 27%, now dipping a bit, yipdedo

Vote No Tomorrow

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ronaldo

Apr-05-14 8:09 AM

While tax revenue of all states grew an average of 9% last year, North Dakota's revenue surged 44%, according to Joe Henchman, vice president of legal and state projects at the Tax Foundation. From 1997 to 2011, the state's tax revenue has increased about 10% per year, while nationally it has risen about 4% per year. A number of states have discontinued income tax when they had another revenue source they could rely on instead. Alaska and Texas, for example, did this when they realized they generated enough tax revenue from oil.

It's all too apparent ND will never get enough of the Tax Payers hard earned Cash and out of line Property Taxes will remain in the Top 10% in the Nation.

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