- How about if you have no kids in the system, you pay $2,500/year.
- If you have one kid in the system, you pay $3,000/year.
- You pay an extra $200/year for every additional kid you have in the system.
Riddle me this...
Should school taxes be on a sliding scale? Say you're in Anytown, NY and you have a home assessed at $100,000 (if you're downstate, add a zero). Let's say your school tax is $3,000/year. Whether you have one kid, no kids, or 10 kids in the system, it's the same $3,000/year. Well, that's not really fair, is it?