How much fun are you going to have with the money you saved on your property taxes this year?
Last week we highlighted some of the amazing destinations to visit with your property tax savings this summer. Newsday predicts that between a healthy economy and low gas prices, summer tourism spending on Long Island could top $5.4 billion. So if you choose to stay closer to home this year, what fun things are you putting on your to-do list?
1. Rent a Vacation Home in the Hamptons
If you don’t already live here; why not splurge on a few weeks of indulgence vacationing in the Hamptons?
2. Standup Paddle Boarding
Get out for a day and try something new! Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is all the rage. It’s a great way to get out on the water, tone your mid-section, and find some inspiration.
3. Cooking Classes
Why not invest in an experience that will last the rest of your life too? Join a group or do it with a partner, friend, or family member. Hone your cooking skills and then wow your neighbors with a magnificent feast this 4th of July.
Get out on the water for a deep sea fishing trip, casual sightseeing tour, or charter some time on a luxury yacht and live it up a little.
5. Visit the NY Aquarium
Discover or rediscover the NY Aquarium and its many animals, experiences, and even feed your favorite wildlife.
Have a blast at Long Island’s own amusement park, spend some quality time with someone special, and enjoy the adrenaline pumping rides.
7. Join a Fitness Class
Join a new fitness class, get that beach body in shape for the summer, meet new people, feel better, and perhaps even get in gear for a charity run.
Almost half of Long Island property owners may be overpaying on their property taxes each year. Don’t fall for the scam. There is so much fun you and your family could be having this summer if you get your bill fixed, and put some extra money back in your pocket.
Contact Property Tax Adjusters, Ltd. today to find out how to save, and then create your summer fun list!