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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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 […] . . .
Read More: Property Taxes are Cruel and Unusual Punishment. Post 208
NorthJersey.com Friday January 24, 2014 PATERSON — A father and daughter are suing the city claiming they were sold more than $200,000 in worthless tax lien certificates for a non-existent property, homes on which taxes were never in arrears and a piece of land where a school is being built. “These liens should never have […] . . .
Read More: Caveat-Emptor: $200k in worthless government tax lien certificates. Post 203
Wyandotte County seeks new tool to collect taxes The Kansas City Star 2/15/10 With about 10 percent of Wyandotte County properties in arrears, the government is lacking much-needed funds in a budget-cutting economy. But leaders are proposing a new tax-collection plan. This month, county officials asked the state to permit a plan allowing private vendors […] . . .
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Tax lien auctioned Herald-Star Steubenville, OH December 17, 2007 By Michael D. McEleain NEW CUMBERLAND – According to Liz Fahey, chief tax deputy for Hancock County, an auction on the tax lien for Rosemont Manor was conducted, and the lien was purchased by Loraine Barberino and Tamara Semer, who reside in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. […] . . .
Read More: In this county you can get tax delinquent property for “pennies on the dollar”! Post 61
County to sell Glacier Motor Hotel to highest bidder Glacier Reporter Cutbank, MT By LeAnne Kavanagh October 31, 2007 The Glacier County Commissioners and auctioneer Jerry Buckley are pretty confident it will take less than 30 minutes to auction off the old Glacier Motor Hotel An auction flyer advertising the sale notes, “Auction will […] . . .
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Treasurer warns of ‘sleazy’ marketing scheme The letter says the property is “now eligible to be sold” at the county’s tax lien sale Nov. 1. It offers to pay the delinquent note and also $250 and selling expenses. Recipients are instructed to sign an attached deed, have it notarized, and mail it to Diamond Castle […] . . .
Read More: Tax lien investors called “Sleazy” but misleading marketing mostly done by government. Post 56
Fosters.com Tuesday, September 25, 2007 By Amanda Dumond Democrat Staff Writer Barrington Decides To Take Camp Property BARRINGTON NH- Selectmen agonized over the decision but ultimately voted Monday night to take a Christian summer camp’s property by tax deed. Camp Fireside, which has offered camp for children ages 8-17 and for families since 1952, had […] . . .
Read More: Town ‘Takes’ children’s park in tax delinquent legal action. Post 54
Fosters.com Saturday, September 22, 2007 By Amanda Dumond Democrat Staff Writer Camp Fireside in Barrington could lose property to back taxes BARRINGTON NH – A Christian summer camp is in jeopardy of losing its property because of $273,000 in back taxes. The town says Camp Fireside, which has offered camp for children ages 8-17 and […] . . .
Read More: Towns tax delinquent legal action wants to “Take” a church park meant for children. Post 53