https://www.leg.state.nv.us/App/NELIS/REL/79th2017/Bill/5503/Text

by janine

SB425 revises the formula for determining property tax eliminating the floor of the calculation which this year would be 2% and making the floor and the cap the same 3%. That means it will raise your property taxes.  This is similar to the AB43 which was in the Assembly earlier.  Your property taxes can be raised 3% per year.

Vote No on SB425. Do not raise property taxes. How much is enough? No more taxes!

-For most workers real wages have barely budged for decades. In other words even though in dollars wages have gone up, purchasing power has not increased.
– Today’s average hourly wage has just about the same purchasing power as it did in 1979 however taxes have continue to rise leaving more and more people struggling to make ends meet.
-The average family pays 60% of its income in federal, state, and local taxes (many hidden taxes) which is more than they pay for housing, health care, transportation, education, and food combined.
-What about those on fixed income…will they lose their homes as property taxes continue to rise?
-Government continues to take more and more of our money, leaving families, seniors and young people struggling to make it.

Real Wages have not increased since the 1970’s: http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/10/09/for-most-workers-real-wages-have-barely-budged-for-decades/

by truejoy927

Vote NO on SB425 which revises the formula for determining property tax eliminating the floor of the calculation which this year would be 2% and making the floor and the cap the same 3%. That means it will raise your property taxes.  Our property taxes can be raised 3% per year.  Last session Nevadans had the highest tax raise in Nevada history on Nevada business, which was passed on to the consumer.  And now you what to raise our property taxes!   Reduce spending instead of raising taxes.  Nevada families are struggling with higher costs and stagnate wages.  Government continues to grow, with no end in sight.  This is wrong.  Cut taxes and cut spending!  Vote No on SB425. Do not raise property taxes. How much is enough? No more taxes.

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