14421Re: [LandCafe] German Ground Tax
- Nov 21, 2012The translation capability yields this, which makes me suspect it was first written in English:
Germany [ Edit ]
The situation in Germany is under property tax (Germany) described in detail.
Austria [ Edit ]
The Austrian scheme is very similar to the situation in Germany, more details is under property tax (Austria) described.
Canada [ Edit ]
Many provinces in Canada levy a property tax, the amount of which depends on the value and use of the land. This is the main source of revenue for most local governments in Canada. The tax rate varies between municipalities, but most of the cost bases, evaluation procedures, etc. established by provincial law. Is increasingly a standard market value used is adjusted in different cycles. Some provinces provide for an annual adjustment in the event that the property market is particularly volatile, while others have long periods elapse between revaluations.
Netherlands [ Edit ]
The estate tax (Dutch: Onroerend goed belasting or onroerende zaak belasting (OZB)) is in two parts collected by the municipalities: the residents of the house and the owner of the house. Tenants of housing pay only the portion that accrues to the residents. In recent years, increases in the taxation of over 10% in some municipalities were cause for concern. In 2005 there was a bill in Parliament that only the part of the owner should be maintained, and that this is not likely to rise faster than inflation .
See also [ edit ]
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- Detailed Property Report , Low property taxes and assessment info on U.S. real properties
- Urban Sprawl and the Property Tax (PDF)
- Neutral Property Taxation (PDF file, 188 kB)
- The Property Tax as a Tax on Value: Deadweight Loss (PDF, 259 kB)
- The Local Property Tax Literature: 100 Years of Disagreement (PDF file)
- Property Tax Section of Taxation World
- IPT Programs
- History of Property Taxes in the United States
On 11/21/2012 5:42 PM, Dave Wetzel wrote:
Does anyone know how the German Ground Tax (Grundsteuer) works?Or can you please translate this:http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grundsteuer
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