Oregon Supreme Court Ruling Favors Counties Over Comcast in Major Property Tax Case

Written on October 03, 2014 at 09:37 AM

The Oregon Supreme Court recently reversed a lower court decision, ruling that Comcast and other cable TV companies are subject to central assessment by the state. The decision would add millions of dollars in tax payments to county budgets, costing Comcast several million dollars a year. However, the Oregon Tax Court still has clarifications to make regarding how property tax limits established by Measure 50 apply to the case. Comcast said in a written statement, "There are both federal and state constitutional unresolved questions with the Department of Revenue's assessment of Comcast's property that have not yet been addressed. We look forward to the tax court's decision on the these other issues."

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Categories: Personal Property, Telecommunications, Real Property, Oregon

Mississippi Governing Authorities Continue to Grant Tax Exemptions, Incentives for Industrial Properties

Written on February 07, 2014 at 06:40 AM

By Seth R Krchmar, Consultant, Atlanta

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Categories: Heavy Industrial, Distribution Centers, Personal Property, Industrial, Telecommunications, Industrial & Manufacturing, Paradigm Info, Mississippi, Data Centers, Warehouse




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