A major water bill for millions of residents in the US is due to be handed to the public next week, but the process could be extremely difficult for many of them.
In the coming weeks, the State of Texas will hand over $2.4 billion worth of property taxes and other taxes to the state.
These are the same taxes that the state collected from businesses last year, and are used to fund public services.
The bill will now go through a review by the state’s comptroller, who has already approved a range of changes.
Among these are the removal of a tax credit that has been available since 2010, which will now be eliminated.
This is expected to mean that about 1.2 million residents will see their property taxes fall by $1,200, while some families may see their bills go up by $800.
Another change is that businesses will be required to pay a higher amount of their payroll taxes.
This will raise an estimated $939 million in revenue to the State and to local governments.
Another significant change is the removal from the bill of a $50,000 cap on property taxes paid by individuals.
This was designed to ensure that people can be confident in knowing that their taxes will not be going up, while also protecting the state from some of the more extreme measures taken by Republican governors who have pushed for this cap.
While many of the major changes in the bill are relatively small, they will add up to a major chunk of the total amount of revenue the State will collect.
The cost of the bill is currently estimated at $2,037 per person.
As a result, the number of people who will pay more taxes in the coming months is likely to be a lot higher.
The Texas Tribune is currently investigating the impacts of the water bill on residents in a number of Texas communities.