Millionaires like Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen pay very little in real estate taxes in New Jersey

April 23rd, 2011 by Tallulah Smith

Bon Jovi pays property taxes of only $100 a year on his extensive real estate holdings in New Jersey because he raises honey bees on the property and therefore he qualifies fora  honey bee subsidy.    Fellow Jersey resident  Bruce Springsteen owns acres of property in New Jersey but pays very little in property taxes because he leases some of his real estate to an organic farmer.  This is all legal because of  “well intended government handouts” to farmers which  benefit wealthy farmers and people like Bon Jovi.  Good deal if you can do it. 


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