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Community snapshot: Tax bite

What is the average tax bill on a single-family home in your community? This data from the Massachusetts Department of Revenue shows what the average is for fiscal year 2014.

CITY/town: State aid per person, fiscal year 2014.

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State median: $4,262

Abington:$4,832

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Avon: $4,218

Braintree: $3,960

Bridgewater: $4,910

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BROCKTON: $3,264

Canton: $5,805

Carver: $4,335

Cohasset: $10,787

Dedham: $6,217

Duxbury: $9,180

East Bridgewater: $5,119

Easton: $6,040

Foxborough: $5,583

Freetown: $3,484

Halifax: $5,010

Hanover: $6,706

Hanson: $4,402

Hingham: $8,228

Holbrook: $4,379

Hull: $5,013

Kingston: $5,431

Lakeville: $3,988

Mansfield: $5,628

Marion: $5,876

Marshfield: $5,002

Mattapoisett: $5,556

Middleborough: $3,972

Milton: $7,740

Norton: $4,341

Norwell: $8,818

Norwood: $4,205

Pembroke: $4,744

Plymouth: $4,536

Plympton: $5,535

QUINCY: $4,757

Randolph: $4,243

Raynham: $4,534

Rochester: $4,657

Rockland: $4,557

Scituate: $6,268

Sharon: $8,914

Stoughton: $4,321

Walpole: $6,405

Wareham: $2,480

West Bridgewater: $4,618

Westwood: $9,601

WEYMOUTH: $3,755

Whitman: $4,039

Source: Mass. Department of Revenue

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