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Application area: industries of slag, sand, construction materials, metallurgy, chemical engineering, coal and minerals.

Applied materials: slag, clay, limestone, ardealite, dry-mixed mortar, grain slag, coal slime, etc.

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In addition to the links below, we highly recommend the book  America's Capacity to Consume, published in 1934 by the Brookings Institution.  It is unparalleled in its reporting of personal and household income as well as consumer expenditures in the late 1920s and early 1930s.  

Reference service is available Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Marie Concannon, Government Information Librarian Government Documents Department 106B Ellis Library (1st Floor East) University of Missouri, Columbia Phone (573) 882-0748

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New York State property taxes are some of the highest in the nation, according to the nonprofit Tax Foundation. The state technically doesn't impose a property tax and doesn't benefit from the tax revenues—they're assessed by local governments, county governments, and school districts—but the state code does offer exemptions for people who use their homes as their primary residences, as well as senior citizens, veterans, and people with disabilities. 

Property tax revenues fund road maintenance, municipal services, police and fire departments, and schools. These taxes provide the largest revenue sources for municipalities and school district services.1

New York state law requires that all properties in each municipality except New York City and in Nassau County must be assessed at a uniform percentage of market value each year. This means that your assessment will be equal to a set percentage of market value as determined by your local assessor's office.

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Your property tax bill will equal your final assessment amount multiplied by the local property tax rate. New York property tax rates are set by local governments and they therefore vary by location. 

Property tax rates imposed by school districts tend to be the highest at an average of $17.64 per each $1,000 in assessed value as of 2019. Rates levied by counties drop to $7.05 per $1,000 in assessed value, and to just $4.59 per $1,000 in assessed value for town rates.3

Property tax exemptions reduce the assessment of your property's value, which is what your property tax bill is based on when your local rate is applied to it. New York law permits local governments to allow different exemptions. New York has exemptions for senior citizens, veterans, and the disabled.4 

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