Ford Motor Co. is claiming it overpaid property taxes in the Michigan cities of Wixom and Romeo, and wants $1.6 million back, say reports. According to a Detroit News report, Arthur Andersen, Ford’s auditor, says it miscalculated the size of the inventories at Ford’s Wixom vehicle assembly plant and Romeo engine plant. In total, Ford is asking for $1.6 million in back property taxes dating back to 1999. Ford wants $1.55 million in Wixom for overpayments in 1999, 2000 and 2001. In Romeo, ...

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