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1984

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G84-732 Property Taxes In Nebraska (Revised September 1992), A.L. (Roy) Frederick Jan 1984

G84-732 Property Taxes In Nebraska (Revised September 1992), A.L. (Roy) Frederick

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This is one of a series of NebGuides on financing state and local government. This publication describes how property taxes support local government functions.

The property tax is the primary source of revenue for more than 3,000 units of local government in Nebraska, including school districts, counties and municipalities. In 1991, statewide property tax levies totalled $1.257 billion, a sum that approximated the combined revenues from state income and sales taxes.


G84-735 State And Local Government Budgets In Nebraska, A.L. (Roy) Frederick, Michael Lundeen Jan 1984

G84-735 State And Local Government Budgets In Nebraska, A.L. (Roy) Frederick, Michael Lundeen

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

The last in a series of nine NebGuides on state funding and sources, this publication discusses state and local subdivision budget preparation and implementation.

All levels of government must plan for the future, making decisions about what services to provide and how to pay for them. This process, called budgeting, is often difficult because "worthy causes" exceed available funds.

According to Nebraska law, both the state government and local government subdivisions must establish annual operating budgets. Moreover, certain procedures must be followed in the development of these budgets. The budgeting process is precisely defined to ensure that citizens have an ...


G84-730 Financing Social Services In Nebraska (Revised December 1992), A.L. (Roy) Frederick Jan 1984

G84-730 Financing Social Services In Nebraska (Revised December 1992), A.L. (Roy) Frederick

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This is one of a series of NebGuides on financing state and local government. This publication focuses on social services.

Social services programs in Nebraska provide public assistance to individuals who, for reasons beyond their control, are unable to support themselves. Public assistance programs are of two broad types. The first type provides cash assistance directly to those who qualify. All other programs involve payments to vendors (providers) who, in turn, provide needed services.