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Property Taxes vs. Income Taxes: Which Do I Pay?

For those stuck with bigger tax bills this year; which ones do you pay first? Many Long Islanders are going to find both their property tax bills and income tax bills higher this year. That is going to put many … Continue Reading >>

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5 Ways Your Long Island Home Could Be Stolen, And What To Do

“Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.” ~Franklin D. Roosevelt Unfortunately while … Continue Reading >>

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Meaningful Holiday Gifts, Where to Find More Cash for Holiday Shopping

While it may not frequently come with bells and a big bow on top, property tax reduction can really be the present which unlocks the most meaningful holiday gifts, and can create that highly desired surplus for holiday sale shopping. … Continue Reading >>

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Is Demolishing Long Island’s Vacant Homes Helping Lower Your Property Tax Burden?

Demolition on over 2,000 vacant Long Island homes has begun. Will this finally bring relief to neighbors? Or will this strategy only drive up the property tax burden for locals? What might be a smarter strategy? A September 4th, 2014 … Continue Reading >>

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Government Waste & Stalled Recovery Creates Higher Property Taxes on LI

New revelations of massive government waste and a stalling economic and housing recovery are adding to your Long Island property tax bill. What are you going to do about it? A new report shows the nation’s government holding around 77,000 … Continue Reading >>

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Long Island Residents Seek Shelter From Soaring Post-Sandy Property Tax Bills

The chance at some relief from property tax bills for Long Island residents may be in the works, but is this a case of far too little for too few as local taxes are really hiked even further? Those watching … Continue Reading >>

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