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In a recent publication, Bloomberg stated that “Property Tax Could be the Hottest Tax Issue of 2018”. Referring to the position in the USA, Bloomberg went on to say that the passage of federal tax reform, and the resultant cap on the state and local tax (SALT) deduction, has thrust state taxes into the national spotlight in a way that perhaps hasn’t been seen for many years. State and local tax practitioners, of course, are regularly immersed in the issues concerning sales and use taxes, state corporate and individual income taxes, state excise taxes, and property taxes. In late December, however, the property tax, in particular, “stole the show” as a nationwide drama played out around whether taxpayers would be able to prepay property taxes and take advantage of the last opportunity to claim an un-capped state and local tax deduction on federal income tax returns.