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#1 posted 09-11-2010 01:57 AM


Many municipalities have an appeal process for property taxes. If your property has not been recently appraised, you might want to look into that possibility.

As others have said, your auto collision coverage should drop in price as the value of your vehicle drops. The other coverages, such as liability, might be rising so fast that the total does not decrease. I keep my vehicles for a long time, so at some point I always drop collision coverage. Of course, this requires that you do not have a loan on the vehicle.

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