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Digging for Gold in Your Own Back Yard.

Digging For Gold in Your Own Back Yard

This 266-page reference provides homeowners with strategies on appealing their property tax assessment. Written in simple language, the book begins by defining how property is assessed, then explains what constitutes an entitled exemption. The author describes common assessment errors and how to detect them as well as shows how to work with the assessor's office and how to persist until your appeal succeeds. In addition, each state system is summarized in a separate, easy-to-read reference section. For anyone seeking methods to help lower their property tax assessments, this guide can be a practical tool.

by Gary Whalen, R.E.I. Press, 36 South Washington, Hinsdale, IL 60521, $19.95 plus $3.05 shipping/ handling ($1.35 tax for IL residents), can be ordered through local bookstores.
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Date:Sep 1, 1991
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