October 2016
Helping Pennsylvania Taxing Districts Hit By Unpaid Property Taxes Generate New Revenue For Their Budgets Since 2003
School Money Matters
Online Newsletter From Municipal Revenue Service
Online Newsletter From Municipal Revenue Service
Online Newsletter From Municipal Revenue Service
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Helping Pennsylvania School Districts realize new revenue for their budgets by selling delinquent property taxes with our patented tax lien management program.
5 Reasons You Need  to Learn More About  MRS Tax Lien Management
REASON #1: Municipal Revenue Service (MRS) is NOT a Tax Collector MRS uses its patented tax lien management program to sell your unpaid property taxes, converting them into instant revenue that you can use towards your operating budget, offset pension liabilities, build up your fund balance or anywhere that monetary relief is needed. And remember: MRS is NOT a tax collector. Our tax lien management system doesn’t interfere with your tax collection process already in place and doesn’t affect the taxpayer either. This is a seamless, turnkey program that doesn’t require any time or effort from your existing staff. REASON #2: Add Revenue to Your Budget Without Raising Taxes or Incurring Debt Since the cornerstone of all this involves the sale of your unpaid property taxes, revenue is generated without raising taxes or incurring debt. REASON #3: MRS Has Provided Over $400 Million in Instant Revenue for PA School Districts MRS Tax Lien Management is a tried and true method of releasing funds that previously were unattainable for up to 4 years or more as unpaid property taxes were collected. For over a dozen years now, the program has had a winning record, all wins, no losses, as Pennsylvania taxing districts realized they can generate instant revenue (to the tune of over $400 million to date). To learn more about the program in more detail, and examine informative testimonial videos visit our website: www.municipalrevenues.com.
School Money Matters
Online Newsletter From Municipal Revenue Service
Online Newsletter From Municipal Revenue Service
School Money Matters School Money Matters
Online Newsletter From Municipal Revenue Service
Online Newsletter From Municipal Revenue Service
Online Newsletter From Municipal Revenue Service
MRS to Exhibit at the 2016 PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference at the Hershey Lodge
Once again MRS will be exhibiting at the PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference at the Hershey Lodge. Stop by Booth 225 in the Exhibit Hall on Thursday, Oct. 13, from 11AM - 3PM, and on Friday, Oct. 14, from 10AM - 2:30PM. Jim Geronimo, MRS’ Chief Operating Officer, will be on hand to explain how Tax Lien Management works, debunk any misconceptions, answer questions and walk visitors through the process. Jim will also be scheduling MRS Tax Lien Management Seminars across the state, so please tell other school business professionals and school board members to stop by and make arrangements to have MRS swing by your school district as we’re about to embark on another statewide sweep of this no-obligation, educational presentation. Better yet, forward them this electronic newsletter! See you at the PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference.
REASON #4: School Districts Stay with the MRS Program for Several Budget Cycles Matt Przywara, Chief Financial & Operations Officer, School District of Lancaster, is one of a voluminous list of satisfied MRS clients (go to our References web page (www.municipalrevenues.com/references.htm). Below is a short video where Matt explains, and endorses, the MRS Tax Lien Management Program: REASON #5: No-Obligation MRS Seminars Clearly Explain Tax Lien Management Process MRS makes learning about tax lien management easy. To schedule a no-obligation educational seminar for your superintendent, business managers or school board, call MRS today at 814-476-0400 and ask for Jeff Spaulding or Jim Geronimo.