Oklahoma’s vote on intangible property tax exemption to have uncertain financial impact on homeowners

Homeowners and locally assessed businesses could see property taxes go up regardless of whether Oklahomans vote Nov. 6 to exempt all intangible personal property from state property taxes by approving State Question 766, officials say.

BY RANDY ELLIS Published: October 28, 2012

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