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Re: Proposed School Budget Nears One Billion and Portends Big Tax Hike
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JC_rider wrote:
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rscott wrote:
The point is that a lot of people are freaking out about a "33% tax increase" (like there are also multiple, lengthy Reddit and Facebook threads about it), which is a result of the city not being clear about the retroactive issue. I actually ended up calling them again and they explained it again. I asked them if this explanation is online anywhere, and they said no.

So yes, 1.889 is just an estimate and it may be higher. But that doesn't change the fact that 33% is way off-base unless the is some other factor (besides school funding) causing a massive increase.

I am done discussing this. There is simply nothing to further argue.


It looks like I was way off with 33% I posted few months ago.
I did the math and taxes on my 2 bd apt in Jr Sq went from $6280 to $9297 a new record of 48% vs 4 quarters before!!!!!!
This is unheard of. So fucking furious!!

Year Qtr Tr. / Due Date Description Billed Paid Open Balance Days Interest Due Paid By
2023 2 5/1/2023 TAXES BILL $2,072.99 $0.00
2023 1 2/1/2023 TAXES BILL $2,073.00 $0.00
2022 4 11/28/2022 TAXES BILL $3,024.33 $0.00
2022 3 8/1/2022 TAXES BILL $2,127.81 $0.00
2022 2 5/1/2022 TAXES BILL $1,569.91 $0.00
2022 1 2/1/2022 TAXES BILL $1,569.92 $0.00
2021 4 11/1/2021 TAXES BILL $1,532.72 $0.00
2021 3 8/1/2021 TAXES BILL $1,595.36 $0.00


I have not received the physical billing in the mail yet but have been checking my tax account online about once a week since Q4 taxes are usually due Nov 1st. Checked last night/early in the morning Wednesday and my jaw dropped. I came here to see if anyone posted an update/rebuttal to this thread, specifically rscott. This is my tax record on a 2BR apartment in the Journal Square area. 2022 Q4 is almost double the amount from 2021 Q4. Absolutely unbelievable!!!

Year Qtr Tr. / Due Date Description Billed Paid Open Balance Days Interest Due Paid By
2023 2 5/1/2023 TAXES BILL $2,138.12 $0.00 $2,138.12 0 $0.00
2023 1 2/1/2023 TAXES BILL $2,138.12 $0.00 $2,138.12 0 $0.00
2022 4 11/28/2022 TAXES BILL $3,119.35 $0.00 $3,119.35 0 $0.00
2022 3 8/1/2022 TAXES BILL $2,194.65 $0.00 $0.00 0 $0.00
2022 2 5/1/2022 TAXES BILL $1,619.24 $0.00 $0.00 0 $0.00
2022 1 2/1/2022 TAXES BILL $1,619.24 $0.00 $0.00 0 $0.00
2021 4 11/1/2021 TAXES BILL $1,580.87 $0.00 $0.00 0 $0.00
2021 3 8/1/2021 TAXES BILL $1,645.49 $0.00 $0.00 0 $0.00
2021 2 5/1/2021 TAXES BILL $1,625.29 $0.00 $0.00 0 $0.00
2021 1 2/1/2021 TAXES BILL $1,625.30 $0.00 $0.00 0 $0.00

Posted on: 2022/10/27 10:18
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Re: Proposed School Budget Nears One Billion and Portends Big Tax Hike
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JC_rider wrote:
Just got 2022 Q3 tax bill. It is a whopping 33.3% increase from 2021 Q3! This is not acceptable!


Regarding the 33% amount, the person who originally mentioned a 33.3% increase is specifically comparing 2021 Q3 with 2022 Q3, which is a 33+ percent increase between those 2 third quarter billings.

@rscott, debating a matter is not the same as arguing.

Posted on: 2022/6/30 6:49
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Re: Proposed School Budget Nears One Billion and Portends Big Tax Hike
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@rscott, Regardless of who's interpretation of the prior tax billing is accurate, there has never been a 33% tax increase. I am not considering the revaluation year, whatever that increase was, since that was a onetime occurrence. The current estimated tax bill for Q3 is directly related to the historic rate of inflation. The finalized amount may be decreased, or it may be increased. We all shall see soon enough. I say all that to say, do not treat this year as the status quo in your mind, because it is not. Prepare yourself for the worst and pray or hope for the best.

Posted on: 2022/6/27 21:10
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Re: Proposed School Budget Nears One Billion and Portends Big Tax Hike
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rscott is absolutely incorrect. JC has typically not issued the 3rd quarter tax bill on time. For years, due to a late budget, we property owners have been sent a letter explaining that a budget has not yet been passed, and that the tax bills will be sent once the budget is passed. I sometimes did not receive a letter at all and would send an email to the Tax Collector, asking about the 3rd quarter tax. The budget tardiness has resulted in the 3rd quarter taxes not being due until September or October in the years 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2021. In 2021 the tax bills were not mailed until September. Then a second billing statement was sent out in October, which did reduce the tax amounts for quarter 4 by approximately 4%, to adjust for the 3rd quarter. Quarters 1 & 2 were reduced by approximately 1%. My overall 2021 tax bill was decreased by only approximately 0.988%.

Posted on: 2022/6/26 16:48
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