NAIOP Minnesota’s 2012 Property Tax Talking Points

February 2, 2012 at 4:42 pm

Introducing NAIOP 2012.inddFor Minnesota’s thousands of job-creating small businesses, our dozens of Fortune 500 employers, and our tens of thousands of entrepreneurs innovating and working to build a brighter economic future…


…and the costs that matter most are the fixed costs they cannot control, such as the property taxes they must pay on the buildings they own or in which they lease space to office or operate. Read more.

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NAIOP Minnesota’s transparency initiative Senate Tax committee chair Julianne Ortman and House Tax committee chair Greg Davids are united behind a push to phase out the State general property tax in the 2012 session.

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