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Commission approves large tax refund

It’s all part of doing oil business, no mistakes involved

The tax refund amount that was presented to the Barton County Commission this week seemed large, and it was, but it represented a reality about the oil industry, the commissioners were told.
And the amount was an honest part of doing business in the oil producing section of the nation.
The commissioners were considering approval of more than $200,000 in tax refunds, involving a total assessed property value of $1.4 million.
It was explained that the $211,398.36 refund was because of property taxes that had been paid and appealed. State officials ruled that in favor of ...

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