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If Andru Volinsky wants to Cut Property Taxes, He Should Become a School Superintendent

Andru Volinsky, a candidate for governor of New Hampshire, has a problem understanding how property taxes are paid in the Granite State. He has lived here long enough to know that property taxes are paid at the local level and we have had, for several hundred years, Town Meetings where annual budgets are voted on …

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Nashua: A City without Leadership

Most residents do not understand how much money it is costing us when the City of Nashua retains assessors who do not care about the quality of their work. The result is literally tens of thousands of our tax dollars being erroneously and irresponsibly given away.

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Shouldn’t we Get a Tax Refund for Schools Being Closed?

Have you reached out to your town tax collector in the past month for a partial refund of your real estate taxes? Actually, have you ever looked at your itemized real estate tax bill to see how much of it goes to funding your local schools? It’s a huge portion of your taxes, trust me.

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NHBR Bemoans NH’s High Property Taxes but Ignores What That Means for Total Tax Burden

When the New Hampshire media reports on our state’s reliance on property taxes you always hear how they are “some of the highest in the nation.” It’s true. Why don’t these same media outlets note, in the same breath, that this might be why our total tax burden is one of the lowest in the …

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City of Nashua Mishandled Abatements

After the KRT Appraisal assessment update in 2018, almost 400 abatements were filed with the City.The City was unable to handle the workload, so they hired KRT Appraisal to review 52 of the residential abatement requests.