The New York City Department of Finance maintains numerous offices for different purposes. The location for serving legal papers is in Room 104 of the Manhattan Business Center at 66 John Street. The City Register, Tax M... More »

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Functions of the New York City Department of Finance include collecting city funds, valuing property, recording property-related documents, overseeing exemption and abatement programs, and collecting tickets for parking ... More »

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The tax-related services that the NYC Department of Finance offers include the administration of business income and collection of excise taxes. The department also collects property taxes and fines or charges related to... More »

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The New York City Parking Violation Bureau's rules include no stopping, standing or parking where a sign, street marking, or traffic control device prevents such activities and no parking in a zone reserved for people wi... More »

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An NYC birth certificate is a birth certificate that is issued by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. The department typically mails the birth certificates for newborns within the first two months ... More »

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Finance and stock market news are available on business and finance websites such as CNNMoney, CNBC and Bloomberg. U.S. stock market indices such as the Dow Jones, Nasdaq and S&P 500, as well as world market indices are ... More »

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New York City publishes tax bills for each property on its Department of Finance website. Owners search the Current Tax Map to find their property's block and lot number, and then search the Your Property Information sit... More »

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