June 15, 2011. A deeper look at the data used to support the proposed cap shows that New York’s real tax problem is that hundreds of thousands of low, moderate and middle income families are already paying inordinate shares of their income in property taxes on their primary residences. Only a middle-class Circuit Breaker can provide effective relief for these families in a targeted and cost-efficient manner. Analysis >> and Omnibus Consortium release >>

Published On: June 15th, 2011|Categories: Local Tax & Budget Policy, Reports, Briefs and Presentations, Tax & Budget|

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June 15, 2011. A deeper look at the data used to support the proposed cap shows that New York’s real tax problem is that hundreds of thousands of low, moderate and middle income families are already paying inordinate shares of their income in property taxes on their primary residences. Only a middle-class Circuit Breaker can provide effective relief for these families in a targeted and cost-efficient manner. Analysis >> and Omnibus Consortium release >>

Published On: June 15th, 2011|Categories: Local Tax & Budget Policy, Reports, Briefs and Presentations, Tax & Budget|

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