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New York: A Property Tax Epicenter

When it comes to prices, nothing tops New York. 83 of the 100 buildings with the highest property taxes are located in New York City, according to a recent study. Topping the list is the the General Motors Building, which paid a total of $71,681,674 in taxes in 2016.

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Two Sides to Tax Reform

Reflecting promises made on the campaign trail, President Trump’s tax reform proposal appears to be an effort to reduce tax burdens for Americans as well as simplify the nation’s tax structure. Based on the outline presented this week, we now have a clearer picture of the administration’s primary goals for tax reform, but those goals will need to be formalized in detailed legislation.

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Treasury Announces Corporate Tax Cuts

On Wednesday afternoon, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin released a tax reform plan which could have a significant impact on the mortgage industry and the financial industry as a whole. In an interview with The Hill, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin called the tax cuts in President Trump’s reform “The biggest tax cut and largest tax reform in history of this country.” The proposal calls for a reduction of corporate taxes down to 15 percent, cutting the top tax bracket down to 35 percent, and doubling the standard deduction.

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Trump Breaks Silence on Housing

Donald Trump shares that the home building business and housing industry taught him everything he knows and the NAHB 2016 Midyear Board of Directors Meeting , in Miami, Florida.

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