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Pennsylvania school district a typo can cost you almost $900 G, report says

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A typo in the save the house owner in a Pennsylvania county about $32 each in taxes, but cost the school district about $895,000, according to a report.

In June, an interim business administrator is specified in the Pennsbury School District board resolution, in Bucks County, incorrectly, that the millage rate for this school year to 170.076 mills instead of the correct 171.076.

The error was discovered by the district, the new chief financial officer, Christopher Berdnik, when he started, was sent, at the beginning of July – according to tax assessments, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.

Makefield elementary school is one of the 16 schools affected.
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Any subsequent change could also sue the school district to open.

Berdnik, said real estate values are higher than they were rated, and the school district’s tax collection rate is high, the bill for $ 700,000 owed to, and the incorrect mileage rate is 1.5 percent higher than last year. A resolution expected to be passed by the school Board this month, the refund is much of the rest of the debt.

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No one caught the error first, because the millage rate was not reported, read at the June meeting, The Inquirer.

Sixteen schools in the district are affected.

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