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Old 10-03-2017, 03:18 PM
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Question Tax reform and Real Estate Tax Deduction

I live in NJ.

I live in a small modest house in an average community.
Nothing special.

My real estate taxes are $6,000 annually.
(Btw, the lowest/highest taxes are $3,921/$11,247.)

I cannot choose whether or not to pay the tax.
In NJ, if you live somewhere, SOMEONE paid a tax for your domicile.

Question: Is it reasonable to be taxed twice on the same money?
Once to have a roof overhead and again for federal taxes?


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