A Funny Way to Remember When Property Taxes are Due

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There are simple things in life that you just never forget. Like tying your shoes and riding a bike.

Then there are those very important things that you should not forget. Like paying your mortgage and property taxes.

Let’s face it and be real with ourselves. Taxes are an ongoing responsibility of real estate ownership and it doesn’t matter whether you have a mortgage loan on your property or you own it free and clear. As the famous Benjamin Franklin so gently put it, taxes are one of those things we simply cannot avoid.

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