Tuesday, March 18 2008
The new property assessment notices are set to go out on March 31st, 2008. Homeowners have 45 days to file an appeal. The Vanderburgh County assessor is expecting a much less appeals this year, compared to the 9600 appeals last year. In most cases home owners were shocked when they saw how much they had to pay in addition as property taxes were adjusted to market value. With tax relief from the legislature, County Assessor Jonathan Weaver expects a smoother, more streamlined process this time around. In case you still feel that your property taxes are too high, we advise our readers to call their realtor and ask them to prepare a Market Analysis which you can use in your appeal. This service should be free of charge. Your realtor knows how to get appeal forms and how to prepare the appeal in order to be within the guidelines of the County Assessors rules. Please feel free to call Kathy or myself at 812-499-9234 for any questions. Click on the link below to read the full story from WFIE Channel 14.
With today’s ever changing world in the internet one has to be careful of scams charging for illegal downloads of music. Many users are careful to buy all downloaded music and abide by the law, but that does not always mean that these are safe. There are many sites that claim that they have obtained the licenses and have the legal rights to distribute the music. Where as in fact these sites do not have the licenses and the downloads are illegal. To make sure that you download the music form legal sites you can log on to the Recording Industry Association of America or musicunited.org and check if your site is approved by this association. Click on the link below to read the full story from WFIE Channel 14.
With politics in full swing we can at least say that one presidential candidate has decided to visit Evansville. Senator Hillary Clinton is set to visit Harrison High School on Thursday at 4.45PM and the event will start at 6.00PM. There could be changes to the schedule so we advise our readers to check back once the plans have been confirmed. Click on the link below to read the full story from WFIE Channel 14.
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