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Land Value Tax: The 2013 Rates are in!



















Three Cheers for Pennsylvania Land Value Tax Cities


Because UrbanTools is in Pennsylvania, it should be no surprise that land value tax is most prevalent in the Keystone state. We work all over the country in the world, but Pennsylvania is still "home."  We've been proud to work with these communities, and are grateful that the outcomes have had positive effects and have helped people through hard economic times.

Each year, we collect a list of cities that use land value tax along with their rates.  In 2013, we've also created links to each city government, a valuable resource for those who want to go straight to the source on how land value tax affects each of these communities.



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