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June 10, 2021


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She is talking about income tax specifically as indicated in the first sentence quoted. Property tax is different from income tax.


Just by the way, in California (home to well over 10% of the country) and some other states, home appreciation is not accounted for in property tax rates. Assessment is "locked in" (more or less) at the time of purchase.

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