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New Tax Plan Could Cost Long Islanders $2.5B Per Year

The new tax law overhaul which passed the House vote in mid-November 2017 could burden Suffolk and Nassau County residents with $2.5B in extra taxes according to the Long Island Association.   While there may be some winners under the … Continue Reading >>

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The New Tax Bill Is Going To Steal Your Dreams

According to analysts the new tax bill being pushed through is going to steal a lot of dreams. What’s at stake? What can you do about it?   Analyst reviews of the big tax bills expected in the next few … Continue Reading >>

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Your New York Real Estate & Tax News Roundup

What’s happening with New York real estate and taxes now? While the media has been mostly consumed with politics for months, there has been a lot going on in the NY real estate world, and with our taxes too. Keep … Continue Reading >>

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4 Tips For Offsetting The 2018 Tax Tsunami

Long Islanders stand to lose a lot of tax breaks in 2018, including the ability to deduct property taxes paid. How can homeowners offset these new higher living costs? Tax Free Real Estate Investment Retirement accounts are reportedly the one … Continue Reading >>

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The 3 Best Tools For Fighting Property Tax Inequality

There is no question that there is a lot of income tax inequality on Long Island. Here are 3 of the best tools for fighting back against it… Education The biggest difference between property tax bills between owners is whether … Continue Reading >>

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Long Islanders Brace For Losing Property Tax Deductions

Long Island property owners are white knuckling the hurtling ride toward new tax changes, which could cost them their property tax deduction. Sweeping tax changes are in the works. Perhaps the most substantial and wide spread number of tax rule … Continue Reading >>

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5 Ways NY Homeowners Are Losing Their Homes & How To Save Yours

Unpaid property taxes are just one of the reasons that NY homeowners are losing their homes. Check out some of the other reasons, and what you can do to prevent losing yours… Storms 2017 is already proving to be an … Continue Reading >>

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Storm Hit Areas Could Deal More Property Tax Hikes On Homeowners

New developments suggest that even higher property taxes could soon come to homeowners who have been hard hit by big storms over the past few years. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Houston’s Mayor has threatened a 3.6% property tax … Continue Reading >>

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6 Factors Behind NY’s Sky High Property Taxes

What is driving up NY property taxes now? What can you do about it? Storms, Flooding & Disasters There have been some temporary breaks for New York homeowners who have been hit by recent storms and flooding. That is if … Continue Reading >>

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5 Essential Moves After Hurricane Irma Hits Your Florida Property

What essential moves should property owners be ready for after Hurricane Irma hits Florida? Return Only When It Is Safe Be prepared to stay out of the area as long as needed. These situations are often worse in the weeks … Continue Reading >>

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