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Is It Time To Refinance Your Nassau County Home?

Could refinancing your home in Nassau County be just what you need to improve your finances and get on top of your property taxes? It may be a wise time to refinance your Long Island property. Here’s why, and what … Continue Reading >>

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The Best Way To Save Big This Holiday Shopping Season

Black Friday and Christmas both came early for Amazon and Jeff Bezos this year. Here’s how to truly find the best savings for yourself, even among the bizarre property tax environment we live in. Of course, they’d love more of … Continue Reading >>

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Nassau’s New Property Tax Assessment Scam

If you thought you’d already heard every excuse possible for not fixing the Nassau County property tax system, you’re really going to love this twist… Thankfully, Long Islanders still have the right to appeal their deeply flawed property tax bills. … Continue Reading >>

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Long Island: Important End Of Year Taxes Moves That Can’t Wait

The end of the year is coming up fast. Between holiday shopping, meals with family, and ducking the cold, 2019 will be here before we know it. Yet, Long Islanders simply can’t afford not take time to get on these … Continue Reading >>

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LI School Districts Stack Up $2.4B Surplus, While Homeowners See Taxes Rise

Despite claiming they need more money, Long Island school districts have manage to stack up an incredible financial surplus. All at the expense of local property owners. One of the biggest factors driving up local property taxes for Long Islanders … Continue Reading >>

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Tax Rule Impact Undeniable As Housing Market Continues Steep Correction

The impact of the new tax rules and stripping of essential deductions seem undeniable, as Long Islanders feel the new housing market correction hitting home. The next housing correction is here. It’s very real. What does it mean for homeowners … Continue Reading >>

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NY Property Taxes News: Top Stories Impacting Homeowners In 2018

A lot has been happening with taxes, real estate, politics and the economy this year. Take a look at the news and changes that have had the most potential to impact NY property owners and their taxes over the last … Continue Reading >>

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Property Taxes: Why You Should Get A Reduced Bill Soon, But Won’t

Long Islanders should be getting lower property tax bills soon. Just don’t expect your taxing authority to volunteer to reduce your bill, even if you deserve it. There are a variety of factors that should be putting downward pressure on … Continue Reading >>

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New Property Tax Rebate Checks: What You Need To Know

New property tax rebate checks are hitting New Yorkers’ mailboxes. Here’s what you need to know… New Property Tax Rebate Checks According to the state over 350,000 rebate checks have already hit the mailboxes of New Yorkers. Around 2 million … Continue Reading >>

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8 Factors That Affect Your Property Taxes

What really makes your property taxes higher or lower? There are actually many factors involved in how much your annual property tax bills are. Here are some of them. 1. Property Value Your property tax bill is based on the … Continue Reading >>

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