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By Karla Pomeroy
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No rush on paying taxes in Big Horn Basin

WORLAND — Those who itemize are trying to get the most out of the current tax plan. Many residents across the country were hurrying this week to pre-pay state and local taxes before the new tax plan goes into effect Jan. 1, but county treasurers around the Big Horn Basin have not seen a rush to pay property taxes in full.

 

December 30, 2017



WORLAND — Those who itemize are trying to get the most out of the current tax plan. Many residents across the country were hurrying this week to pre-pay state and local taxes before the new tax plan goes into effect Jan. 1, but county treasurers around the Big Horn Basin have not seen a rush to pay property taxes in full.

The federal tax overhaul signed by Republican President Donald Trump last week puts a new $10,000 limit on deductions for state and local taxes, according to the Associated Press.

Larry Heiser, Worland certified professional accountant and professional financial speciali...



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