Prop 13 Arizona
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Prop 13 Arizona will file for the 2014 ballot!
Limiting valuation increases AND capping the tax rate
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The Prop 13 Arizona postpones campaign till 2014
We decided to postpone the Prop 13 Arizona citizens initiative campaign till 2014. Our potential major donors are focused on the Presidential and Congressional elections and understandably so. 2012 was not the right year for us.
After we made our decision to postpone, we kept our decision quiet. We wanted to see what the Arizona Legislature would do to try to defeat Prop 13 Arizona and now we know it is Prop 117.
Prop 117 does nothing to limit property tax bills or tax increases. It is a smoke screen at best and deceptive at worst. At least now we know for sure that any limits on property taxes and any true property tax reform must come from a Citizens Initiative.
Vote NO on Proposition 117
Proposition 117 limits valuation increases to 5% per year. It does nothing to limit your property tax bill or annual tax increases. Prop 117 just pretends to offer property tax relief or reform. It lacks any restraint on tax rate increases, so does nothing to curb how much money taxing districts can collect from you. It still allows the addition of new taxing districts, more debt, and higher tax "overrides" to your bill.
Highlights of Prop 13 Arizona
- Simplifies the Arizona Property Tax Code so everyone can understand it.
- All Arizona Property Owners will benefit from ending unlimited rate hikes.
- Arizona has the 4th highest property taxes on businesses, the passage of Prop 13 will encourage businesses to relocate to Arizona.
Prop 13 Arizona - A Non-Partisan Initiative
Property Owners come in all shapes and sizes, even different political associations. But one thing is certain, 80%-90% of all registered voters are in favor of simplifying the tax code so all can understand, while reducing and stabilizing property taxes.
Modeled after California's successful passage of Prop 13 in 1978 and still in
favor with California residents as shown by a recent September 2011 poll, a must
read for all!
San Francisco poll still favors Prop 13
SB1041-Special Property tax breaks for the chosen few
Senate Bill SN1041 is a perfect example of why we need a clean slate with the
property tax code. Prop 13 simplifies the tax code while eliminating all the
special interest breaks that lawmakers hand out to a chosen few.
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House Bill HB2144
House Bill HB2144 provides the Coconino Community College District the authority to seek a permanent override of their constitutional primary tax levy. In addition, for the first time ever, that override would be levied as a primary property tax and not a secondary property tax creating structural problems in the Property Tax System as well as setting a major precedent that will prompt other local governments to certainly seek similar treatment.