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- THE INCIDENCE OF DIFFERENTIAL PROPERTY TAXES: A RESPONSE. Orr, Larry L. // National Tax Journal;Mar70, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p99
Responds to a critique of a study on the incidence of differential property taxes on urban housing. Sources of objections to methods employed; Degree of tax shifting; Variables used in the study.
- THE INCIDENCE OF DIFFERENTIAL PROPERTY TAXES ON URBAN HOUSING: A COMMENT AND SOME FURTHER EVIDENCE. Heinberg, J.D.; Oates, W.E. // National Tax Journal;Mar70, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p92
Studies the incidence of differential property taxes on urban housing. Assessment of Larry Orr's theoretical model; Shifting of property taxes; Empirical test of the incidence of property-tax differentials; Differentials in local property-tax rates on owned-occupied housing.
- Horizontal and Vertical Inequity in Real Property Taxation. Sirmans, G. Stacy; Gatzlaff, Dean H.; Macpherson, David A. // Journal of Real Estate Literature;2008, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p167
This paper examines the extant literature on horizontal and vertical inequity in the taxation of real property. Some major conclusions from the literature are: (a) horizontal inequity may occur from unequal knowledge of market participants, unequal negotiating skills of buyers and sellers, and...
- Low-profile Crowe Chizek making steady inroads here. Baird, Kristen // Crain's Cleveland Business;11/11/96, Vol. 17 Issue 46, p29
Highlights the growth of the accounting and consulting firm Crowe Chizek in Cleveland, Ohio. Financial performance of the company in 1995; Remarks of company partner-in-charge Fred J. Bauters regarding the issue; Company's response to the rising expectations of customers.
- Inside track. VanderVeen, Don // Grand Rapids Business Journal;10/16/95, Vol. 13 Issue 42, p6
Focuses on William J. Maddox's role at accounting firm, Crowe Chizek. History on Maddox; Comments from Steven Nagengast; Role of Nagengast at Crowe Chizek; Background information on Crowe Chizek; Comments from Maddox.
- INEQUITY IN THE REAL PROPERTY TAX OF NEW YORK STATE AND THE AGGRAVATING EFFECTS OF LITIGATION. Rosett, Richard N. // National Tax Journal;Mar70, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p66
Examines inequity in real property taxation in the state of New York. Effect of the inconsequential exercise of judicial decision on such inequity; Evidence required from property owners who have resorted to litigation for tax relief; Effect of inequity due to the use of a weighted mean.
- 2014 Tax Incidence Report. // eFocus on Municipal Assessment & Taxation;Mar2015, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p4
The article focuses on the 2014 Tax Incidence Report issued by the Department of Revenue Services which include an analysis of tax impact of $21.1 billion total paid taxes in 2011 of which $9.5 billion was local property tax.
- PROPERTY TAX INCIDENCE: THE EXCISE-TAX EFFECT AND ASSESSMENT PRACTICES. Black, David E. // National Tax Journal;Dec77, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p429
Over the last few years the long-standing view that the property tax is regressive has been seriously questioned. Mieszkowski has argued that such a conclusion is based on unsound theory. Aaron and Peterson have found fault with the supporting empirical analyses. This paper adds a new ingredient...
- Reduce your tax burden. // DollarSense;Summer99, p3
Lists the pros and cons in all the three areas of the Tax Control Triangle, which gives more options for controlling taxes. Tax free; Tax deferred; Taxable.