Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Editor’s Note: The government has done it again; it has created a serious government property tax mess. This article illustrates the crassness and silliness of governments’ thinking, i.e. that government is the be all and end all; that it can manipulate the circumstances to achieve anything it wants and anything that you get […] . . .
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Mass Tax Foreclosure Threatens Detroit Homeowners AP March 30, 2015 Homeowners sit … waiting for their cases to be heard to avoid foreclosure from tax debts in Detroit on Jan. 29. This year, Wayne County officials sent out 62,000 foreclosure notices to city homeowners behind on property taxes. In Detroit, tens of thousands of people […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Editor’s note: The below newspaper articles are related and I comment on them as a group illustrating a trend. Property Taxes create Poverty Property taxes in the US are onerous, especially in the northeast. On average, every year, about 2% of the properties in a community will go tax delinquent because people […] . . .
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The Patriot News January 3, 2015 Central PA: State court voids tax sale of Perry County property Saying the law wasn’t followed to the letter, Commonwealth Court has overturned the tax sale of a Perry County property. The tax bureau first tried to notify Tufarolo that his property was targeted for sale by sending him […] . . .
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(Editor’s note) This is a typical Notice announcing a tax auction Bonner County Daily Bee July 3, 2014 NOTICE OF TAX SALE Per Idaho Code §63-1005 (1) If real property on which there is a delinquency is not redeemed within three (3) years from the date of delinquency, the county tax collector of the county […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Needing more clarity, a student recently asked me to quantify what he should be looking for to determine what a good tax delinquent property prospect was. I jotted down a few ideas. The biggest idea is that: Every criterion has its range of values, issues and concerns. A good lead takes […] . . .
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THE BOTTOM LINE on NBCNEWS.com Cities where homes cost less than a car July 23, 2012 Wheels or digs? For the price of a Chrysler 300, a person could buy a house in Flint, Mich. For many Americans, homeownership is the epitome of living the American dream. Yet, in towns with high tumbling home prices […] . . .
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Brian Ellis Investing Letter NCLC Targets Individual Investors and School-Aged Children July 11, 2012 Allow me to point out the latest way that your rights as an investor are being targeted by government generally and by liberal interests specifically. The “National Consumer Law Center” (NCLC) – a group that trots out “research […] . . .
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MSN.com 4/25/20 By MSN Money staff The best and worst states for taxes Where you live can make a big difference in how much you pay in taxes. States may use similar methods to fund their budgets — taxes on income, sales, property, fuel, alcohol, tobacco — but each does so its own way.There are […] . . .
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912 = 9 Principles, 12 Values The 9 Principles 1. America Is Good. 2. I believe in God and He is the Center of my Life. God “The propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself has ordained.” from […] . . .
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