Property tax percentage going down for businesses

May 2005
Inside Tucson Business;5/16/2005, Vol. 14 Issue 49, p3
The article reports that in Tucson, Arizona, property tax percentage is going down for businesses by a half-percent per year until it gets to 20 percent. Currently the property tax rate is applied to businesses at 25 percent of their assessed valuation.


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