What's property tax on the land? I've got 8ac that is designated as agricultural....I'm growing woods ...paid $33 last year.So bank draft for that property I bought is in lawyer's hands and I signed. Property officially mine next week. I don't think there is any other action needed other than to wait for closing date now.
I'll have to go back some time and I'll probably want to stake out the property. Might try to find the monument or existing claim post or stakes if there is any. I'll want to make a trail that goes all around, just to act as a perimiter. And maybe a makeshift fence with some no tresspassing signs and maybe some danger about traps or something. Need to try to keep thieves out.
We're thinking about getting a cow or something as it would drop the taxes for the property we are trying to buy from ~$2100/year to $5/year. F'in' welfare ranchers!What's property tax on the land? I've got 8ac that is designated as agricultural....I'm growing woods ...paid $33 last year.
Wow that's cheap especially for a place that has zoning.What's property tax on the land? I've got 8ac that is designated as agricultural....I'm growing woods ...paid $33 last year.
It's about 30 min out in the county. Has to be 5ac+ to be claimed agricultural. It was $350 before I got it changed. My house is really cheap compared to just about anywhere else, ~$500/yr. The 2 rentals are of the chain, $2200 each since we don't live in them. Which is still cheap compared to other places.Wow that's cheap especially for a place that has zoning.
No zoning and no rules or building permits etc needed where this land is. $100/year though. Still way cheaper than what I'm paying in town. Bare land in town is like $900+ for a small house lot, skyrockets to $4000+ the minute you build anything on it.
At that land I can build what I want pretty much and taxes are not really affected. I think every 5 years there is some kind of provincial assessment but it makes hardly no difference especially for non lake front. The cottage areas do pay a bit more I think.
I'd rather spend money on a cow than the government if given the choice.
Ask Jeremy Clarkson how his year of farming turned out.I'd rather spend money on a cow than the government if given the choice.
Trying to figure out how to take a lower hit on capital gains and income tax when I take out my stocks and been thinking it might be the thing of just giving a couple grand to the church or food bank or something as I rather give money to a good cause than to the government who already gets more than enough from me through normal income. I will need to contact my accountant to figure out the numbers or any tips and tricks. I'm thinking it's just the thing of not taking out too much at once.
If you fed a cow gold it would cost one billion dollars a year to keep.$2100 a year? you feeding that cow gold?