How is my tax bill calculated?
The tax bill takes into account the any new assessment and the new tax rate. The total tax is calculated by multiplying the Total Tax Rate by the Taxable Assessed Value (divided by 100). This amount equals the total taxes due on the parcel for the year.
The Total Tax Rate represents the taxes paid to each taxing body per $100.00 of Taxable Assessed Value.
The Taxable Assessed Value represents the Equalized Assessment less the Exemptions that a taxpayer is entitled to.

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1. What is property tax?
2. Who pays property taxes and who is affected by them?
3. What if I object to my tax bill?
4. What if I don't receive my tax bill?
5. How much are interest penalties and when are interest charges assessed?
6. How is my tax bill calculated?
7. How much is the convenience fee for paying by credit card?
8. Where can I pay my taxes?
9. What if I have sold the property?
10. Can I make a partial payment?
11. Does the Treasurer's Office send receipts for taxes that are paid?
12. Who do I call if there is a problem with my tax bill?