Tax Projections

The financial estimates below were developed using assumptions of $230,000 savings in the first year based upon central office reductions. The budget for a no vote has been increased by a 3% each fiscal year base. The budget for the yes vote has been increased by 2.5% each fiscal year. This is based on continued slower growth. Any “Phantom Students” have been removed due to the new hold harmless statute beginning in FY19. The equalized pupil count remains constant for all years in this model. 

DISCLAIMER—This financial model was created using the “assumptions” listed above. Creating a financial model for future costs and tax rates can be both complicated and lack precision. There is no way, with 100% accuracy, to predict everything from what the legislature will do to regional or national economic trends. As such, tax rates listed in this financial model are not likely to be EXACTLY as shown in this publication, but are our closest ESTIMATES at this time.

tax-projections

BURKE

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The doted line is the estimated tax rate if the town is to merge with a 2.5% increase. The solid line is if the town votes no to merge with a 3% increase.

CONCORD

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The doted line is the estimated tax rate if the town is to merge with a 2.5% increase. The solid line is if the town votes no to merge with a 3% increase.

LUNENBURG

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The doted line is the estimated tax rate if the town is to merge with a 2.5% increase. The solid line is if the town votes no to merge with a 3% increase.

LYNDON

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The doted line is the estimated tax rate if the town is to merge with a 2.5% increase. The solid line is if the town votes no to merge with a 3% increase.

NEWARK

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The doted line is the estimated tax rate if the town is to merge with a 2.5% increase. The solid line is if the town votes no to merge with a 3% increase.

SHEFFIELD

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The doted line is the estimated tax rate if the town is to merge with a 2.5% increase. The solid line is if the town votes no to merge with a 3% increase.

SUTTON

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The doted line is the estimated tax rate if the town is to merge with a 2.5% increase. The solid line is if the town votes no to merge with a 3% increase.

WHEELOCK

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The doted line is the estimated tax rate if the town is to merge with a 2.5% increase. The solid line is if the town votes no to merge with a 3% increase.

 

 

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