Boston sends 'tax' bills to major nonprofits
For the first time, Boston's major tax-exempt institutions - its premier hospitals, universities, and cultural centers - are being asked to make regular voluntary payments to the city based on the value of their property to help offset the rising cost of city services and cuts in state financial aid.
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#1 Dec 22, 2013
THINK they'll DO it???
.Offset the city's expenses.. Sound like poor financial decisions were made..
These "NON-PROFITS" contribute to the CITY, with their Sales Taxes..on purchases made... from buying school supplies and personal hygiene products LOCALLY!!
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