Articles for tag: Domestic Partners, Homestead Exemption, Tax Assessor, Tax Exemptions

Property Tax Exemptions in Oregon

Property taxes in Oregon are administered by the counties. Tax rates are established in terms of $1,000 of assessed value. According to the Oregon.gov website, the Oregon Constitution limits increases in the maximum assessed value of a property to no more than 3% a year. But there are exceptions such as an addition or a ...

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California State Tax Information for Domestic Partners

There is great news for those who those domestic partners living in California. In 2008, registered domestic partners will be allowed the same rights and married couples under the eyes of the California State Tax Board. Through SB 1827, registered domestic partners will be allowed to file their California tax returns as either “married filing ...

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How to Get a Divorce in San Diego, California

Going through a divorce can be rough and tumultuous or exciting depending upon your feelings about the spouse you are divorcing. Whatever you feelings, you can rest assured that the divorce process is pretty simple. 1. Decide whether you will represent yourself or whether you will hire a lawyer. 2. If you decide you want ...

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North Carolina’s Amendment One Causes Confusion, Needs Clarification

On May 8, North Carolina voters will go to the polls to decide whether or not to amend the state constitution. Though proponents of Amendment One claim that it is intended to define marriage to be between one man and one woman, the amendment doesn’t actually say that. The amendment actually says that “Marriage between ...