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Some Vermont homeowners could take a hit under new tax law


According to the agency’s review of grand lists around the state, only about 5 percent of Vermont homes have property tax bills over $10,000. Meanwhile, homeowners in some parts of Vermont are inquiring about paying their property taxes before the state ...


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