Who wouldn't like a little extra cash in their pocket. Officials with St. Louis County are reminding homeowners that the deadline to apply for a 2015 Minnesota Property Tax Refund is approaching; applications need to be filed by August 15.
There are people that put things off all the time. Sometimes, you can't file on time for some circumstance. What if you don't file by the deadline? The Government will send over a guy who will break your legs, right? No, you would be surprised how long you have, if you don't have to pay out.
In an effort to spotlight the difference that tax credits bring to low to moderate-income families, the Head of the Lakes United Way is bringing together community leaders for an Awareness Day assembly on Friday, January 27. The event will take place at 11:00 AM in Conference Room A at the Ordean Building, 424 West Superior Street.
It was pretty good day for the buyers, tax payers, and St. Louis County on June 10! That was the date of a public land sale that offered tax forfeited properties back to the general public. Over the course of the day 16 properties were sold to eager buyers, raising $386,500 in funds and returning them to the tax roll for future revenue for the county.
A friend of mine was stressing because they weren't done with their taxes and took the day off to finish them. They didn't want to miss the April 15th deadline. So I went online to see what happens and how much trouble you could get in.