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Saturday, April 12, 2008
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Old is gold, but where are the takers?
DOWN MEMORY LANE
‘Rope’ stretches suspense
A Hitchcock film based on a real-life incident
VOICE YOUR VIEWS: SELF ASSESSMENT FOR PROPERTY TAX REVISION
Responses to this column have been overwhelming, as always. This week we welcome your views on ’Heritage buildings of Madurai.’ Send in your responses (not exceeding 150 words) before April 15 to the Metroplus, The Hindu, 147/2A, 80-Feet Road, K.K. Nagar, Madurai-20 or mail to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your passport size colour photograph.
The Government’s announcement of raising the property tax with effect from April 1,2008 in the range of 25 per cent to 150 per cent was opposed by several quarters. Urban and local bodies are unable to meet the mounting expenditure while ...
The proposed self assessment for property tax revision will be welcomed by most since there is a chance to justify the accuracy in the stated value of the property.
So many factors are involved in calculating the value of property and ...
Self assessment for property tax Revision will yield good results without hurting the feelings of the tax levier or payers. Some public limited companies go for self-appraisal. This helps an individual in assessing his job based on guidelines ...
Self assessment for property tax revision should be made as per norms stipulated by the State Government. The Corporation has no power to revise the existing tax system on its own. The citizens are in fix. The State Government should enlighten ...
A welcome move
Self assessment of property tax is a welcome move. This system should be exploited by urban local bodies for better use of urban governance. It provides low rate of property tax to make it acceptable by the public at large. It minimises the ...
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