There are many different categories of New York City Property Tax Exemptions. There were extracted from the property tax bills by our friends at http://taxbills.nyc Here is a list of the many special property tax exemption categories: https://taxhistory.brooklyncoop.org/view_show.html?type=starttaxbills_exemption_types.json There are 206 categories. Here is a breakdown by year: https://taxhistory.brooklyncoop.org/view_show.html?type=starttaxbills_exemption_types_history.json key 1 1-2 family dwelling 2 1-2 family dwelling - 421b 3 420c housing 4 421a (10 yr cap) 5 421a (15 yr cap) 6 421a (15 yr not cap) 7 421a (20 yr not cap 8 421a (25 yr not cap 9 421b (1-2 family) 10 5.0230% 11 7.1120% 12 a.l.,vfw,cwv,jwv,etc 13 academy of music 14 airfield 15 airfield -do not use 16 alteration 17 amtrak (fed subsi rr 18 armed forces 19 armory 20 basic star - school tax relief 21 basic star - school tax relief 1 22 battery park auth 23 bd higher ed (cuny) 24 ben
This is an interesting case. Towaki Komatsu quote to the New York City Council: I don't trust any of you (referring to the New York City Council" See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peAgTO_sLf4&t=9850 Full Text 6 PageID #: 271 Towaki Komatsu 802 Fairmount PL Apt. 4B Bronx, NY 10460 Tel: 718-450-6951 E-mail: Towaki Komatsu@vahoo.com October 8, 2019 United States District Judge Margo Brodi United States District Court 225 Cadman Plaza East Brooklyn, New York 11201 Re: Community Housing Improvement Program v. City of New York, No. 19-CV-4087(MKB)(RML)(E.D.N.Y.) Dear Judge Brodi, The letter dated 10/4/19 that Michael Berg ofthe New York State Attorney General's filed in this action is a nullity. This is mainly because he didn't request my consent to receive any filings in this action fi-om him via e-mail and I haven't consented to that. Since he is an attorney, this Court mustn't grant him any leniency with respect to
See this report at https ://www.irs.gov/statistics/soi-tax-stats-irs-data-book Also the chart show business tax decline while the rest are growing. Highlights of this year's Data Book During Fiscal Year (FY) 2018, the IRS collected nearly $3.5 trillion, processed more than 250 million tax returns and other forms, and issued almost $464 billion in tax refunds. In FY 2018, close to 58 million taxpayers were assisted by calling or visiting an IRS office. The use of IRS website, IRS.gov, continued to grow with almost 608.8 million visits. Of the taxpayers who participated in the 2018 Comprehensive Taxpayer Attitude Survey (CTAS), 85 percent said it is not at all acceptable to cheat on their income taxes, and nearly all (95 percent) believe it is a civic duty to pay their fair share of taxes. Additionally, most taxpayers (80 percent) are satisfied with their personal interactions with IRS. See the 2018 CTAS report (PDF) .