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Property Taxes and Home Heating Fuel

January 4th, 2012 at 10:45 am

I paid my winter property taxes. I think the bill was $328, but I don't remember exactly. Somewhere between $320 and $330, anyway.

We live in a very rural area, and taxes are cheap. I think the summer taxes were just around $200.

Our taxes for the other house we own run about $1,400 per year.

I also ordered fuel oil today for the house. Last time we filled up it cost $750. That lasted October, November and December. January and February will be colder, so we'll see how far this fill-up lasts.

The bill won't be due until after I get paid again (I get paid monthly, at the end of the month). So, I should be able to float the fuel oil bill (or most of it, anyway) with my next pay check.

But, it's likely we'll need another fill-up before March. Hope for warm days!

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