Have you ever looked at your property tax card? If you haven’t, you may want to check it out sooner than later. We have heard from a few people that they were paying too much in property taxes. The reason being their property tax card had incorrect information listed. Your tax card may not have any errors. However, you won’t … Read the rest
Homestead is a property tax exemption term referring to a homeowner who occupies their own primary residence. When someone claims a homestead tax exemption on the property they own and occupy, they are entitled to receive up to a $120,000 exemption on the tax-assessed value of their property. Married couples who own and occupy the same residence can receive an … Read the rest
New Hampshire law provides special tax exemptions to municipality-owned real estate. This means the municipalities are not required to pay state real estate taxes on their properties. However, the municipalities are not exempt from paying taxes if non-exempt parties occupy or use their properties as part of a lease or tax agreement.
Is a non-exempt party allowed to sublicense … Read the rest
When was the last time you pulled up your property tax card to read it? If you are like most people, you have never seen your property tax card. And yet, we guarantee you pay your property taxes on time every year. Well, this is the year to check out your property tax card and see what is on it. … Read the rest