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property tax

noun
1.
a tax levied on real or personal property.
Origin
1800-1810
1800-10
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  • What is the difference between a council tax and a city or town property tax.
  • The impact of that: thousands of jobs and millions in sales tax and property tax revenues go to the suburbs instead.
  • And his property tax savings would pay for the system.
  • While some parents pay school tuition directly, many more pay it through their monthly mortgage and property tax bills.
  • After years of debate, the party is still tiptoeing around a property tax.
  • Most taxpayers have not yet forked out for an earlier property tax.
  • Homeowners repay the loans through their property tax.
  • The population seems to be against that, with the property tax being particularly unpopular.
  • If it put a small tax on electric meters, or simply raised the property tax modestly, it could do away with the fire fee entirely.
  • Business owners in the southland communities face high property tax rates.

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