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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 3/9/2022

Posted by John Brusniak | Mar 09, 2022 | 0 Comments


China Omits Property Tax From 2022 Legislative Agenda
Asia Financial News
China omitted a potential property tax in its 2022 legislative plan announced on Tuesday for the third consecutive year, suggesting authorities are treading carefully to avoid further damaging sentiment in the already beleaguered sector.


Bill cementing tax benefits for farms engaged in agritourism ready for Governor's signature
Florida Politics
The Florida Legislature Tuesday passed a bill that would make clear agriculture-related property tax benefits include farms engaged in the state's growing agritourism industry.


Radical Changes Coming for Idaho Property Taxes
The sales tax would increase by almost two percent to cover the difference. Thousands of retirees could then stay in their homes. The only question I have is about the grocery tax, which isn't going away just at the time food costs are skyrocketing.


Ind. OKs Tax Abatement For New Farm Equipment
Indiana will make new farm equipment and agricultural improvements eligible for local property tax abatement under a bill signed by the governor.


Neb. Tax Board Reverses Lowered Farm Assessment
A Nebraska county tax board erred by lowering the assessed value of an agricultural property without providing justification for the decision, the state Tax Equalization and Review Commission determined.


New rules adopted in Texas state code to defund cities, municipalities that defund their police departments
The Center Square
The new rules also make good on a pledge he made last January to cities and municipalities: fulfill your duty to keep residents safe or lose access to state tax revenue.

Tax incentives approved as solar farm companies eye Bell County
More renewable energy projects are underway in parts of Central Texas. Two companies plan to put solar farms in rural parts of Bell County.

San Benito EDC owes $2,700 in back taxes
For much of its 18 years, the city's Economic Development Corporation's first real estate investment has stood empty along a frontage road near the city's northern edge — a prime strip off Interstate 69.


Bill to remove taxes on vehicles leased to government still alive
WV News
A bill that would remove property taxes from vehicles leased to government agencies has cleared the state Senate and now is in the House Finance Committee.

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John Brusniak

John Brusniak, Jr. is the dean of Texas property tax litigation.  He was licensed to practice law in 1976,   His early career involved general litigation and appellate work in both the federal and state courts until he was handed his first property tax matter.  It arose prior to the implementatio...


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