RE: [LandCafe] Re: Exemptions vs dividends
Dear Mr. Horne,
Your land-value tax for the year 2010 will be $1,600. This may be paid in four quarterly installments on the 1st day of January, April, July, and October.
J. S. Smith – Assessor.
Henry George School of Los Angeles
Box 655 Tujunga CA 91043
Tel: 818 352-4141
--- In LandCafe@yahoogroups.com, "roy_langston1" <roy_langston1@...> wrote:
>Thanks. I'm sorry if you've already explained this a dozen times, but why couldn't it just read "reside" rather than "use"? Presumably people "use" lots various plots of land during a month's time, if we include, say, mowing their neighbor's lawn, parking near the bus stop, shopping at the mall, and working at the factory. But we generally only have one (principal) place of residence (unless we're....a top golfer or something).
> > "Dear Mr. Horn:
> Enclosed are your monthly personal land tax exemption
> certificates for 2010. The monthly exemption amount
> for 2010 is $XXX. Please verify that the information
> noted on the certificates is correct. To apply each
> month's certificate, please fill in the address of
> the land parcel you use that month, countersign below
> your specimen signature, and remit the certificate to
> this office or to the landholder of record for that
> address. Should you decide to apply your exemption
> to one fixed address, please fill out the enclosed
> application for long-term exemption and remit it with
> any unused monthly certificates.
> Applying for a land tax exemption on land you did not
> use in the relevant month is a serious offense, and
> may result in loss of future land tax exemption
> > Sincerely, Your Local Taxing Authority."
> -- Roy Langston
- --- In LandCafe@yahoogroups.com, "Dan Sullivan"
> Depreciation formulas are generally meaninglessOf course. I personally saw a five-year-old
> when applied to particular properties. If the
> building is cheaply constructed, poorly
> maintained and in a neighborhood that is
> changing to another market use, it could be
> worthless in ten years.
house made worthless by a zoning change.
> On the other hand, there are buildings thatOther than structures of historic value, almost
> maintain significant value after centuries,
> and that is not even counting historic value.
none have any significant value after 200 years.
-- Roy Langston