The National Taxpayers Union estimates that as much as 60% of taxable property (i.e. your home) is over-assessed. However, very few individuals ever protest the assessment and as a result, many may be paying more property tax than necessary. Tax authorities attempt to base your property tax as closely as possible
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The above quote, credited to Nobel-prize-winning physicist Neils Bohr, comes to mind in assessing the current market environment and what it may mean for investors going forward. The truth contained in Bohr's observation is highlighted every year in the prognostications of market economists – but perhaps no more so than
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