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Assessing New York City's Property Tax—Yet Again

Highlights how disparities in tax treatment among property classes such as rental properties versus single family homes continues to widen, even as an ad hoc patchwork of bizarre assessment guidelines, exemptions, abatements, and rebates have been added.

date-month: 
March, 2009
Source: 
Manhattan Institute

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