My New Year’s Resolutions – For The World

By Jon Anderson / January 1, 2019 / 8 Comments

Regardless of your definition, the world got worse in many ways this past year. While many large problems seem out of our control to fix or influence, there are several things we can all do to make me feel better. Yes, me. In this season of giving, what have you done for me?  If you’re […]

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Property Taxpayers Beware: “Dark Store” Strategy Could Nail Homeowners Even More

By Candy Evans / September 16, 2016 / 4 Comments

The next time you walk into Lowe’s and they ask if they can help you, you might say, “Yeah, pay your fair share.” Big-box retailers are trying a new-fangled strategy to lower their property taxes, and in some states, it is working. It’s called the “dark-store” strategy, borrowing a commercial real estate term that means […]

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