16
Oct
08

Don’t like taxes? Don’t pay them.


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Rick Quinn is in trouble with the Richland County treasurer again. Just two years ago, his rental property and former residence at 39 Eastpine Ct. in the Harbison area was mentioned in The State for being behind in property taxes. At the time, Quinn said:

Quinn said he moved, and the bill was sent to his old address. “I’ve taken care of it now,” said Quinn, who owns several rental properties and buildings.

He promptly didn’t pay the 2007 taxes on the house, and owes $2,412.09. According to Richland County records (updated Oct. 9), it’s slated to be sold on Nov. 3 to recoup the back taxes.

Damn – guess the bad economy’s hitting everybody.

Richland County property owners late paying taxes [The State]

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