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Old 10-28-2006, 01:48 PM
 
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1. Does Georgia require yearly Car Inspections?

2. What about property taxes? Any discounts for 65 & older like me, and who make less than what the state requires to qualify? What is the total discount - Is it around $12,500 per year for someone like me???
(I can't figure it out!)

3. What about retireing near the border, say around Dillard or Clayton?

Thanks,
Biff
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Old 10-29-2006, 03:15 PM
 
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1. Does Georgia require yearly Car Inspections?

2. What about property taxes? Any discounts for 65 & older like me, and who make less than what the state requires to qualify? What is the total discount - Is it around $12,500 per year for someone like me???
(I can't figure it out!)

3. What about retireing near the border, say around Dillard or Clayton?

Thanks,
Biff
1. Does Georgia require yearly Car Inspections?

If you live in the Atlanta Metroplex you will be required to have a car exhaust check annually. It is $25.00. Rural counties? None that I know of.

2. What about property taxes? Any discounts for 65 & older like me, and who make less than what the state requires to qualify? What is the total discount - Is it around $12,500 per year for someone like me???
(I can't figure it out!)

Yes, there are discounts for Seniors. If you over 70 you claim full exemption, thus losing the government school tax. Our Nov 6th ballot has a section, which, I voted for, to have seniors exempt from property taxes up to 10 acres. With Purdue on the road to victory, at least it seems with his double digit lead over Taylor, lower taxes may be here to stay for awhile.


3. What about retireing near the border, say around Dillard or Clayton?

Cannot say for Dillard, but Clayton up in Rabun County is a very, very nice town. Mostly retired folk since there is not up there in the way of industry.
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Old 10-30-2006, 08:14 PM
 
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Thanks kindly, Georgia.
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