Mill Rate


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Mill Rate

The way a property tax assessment is expressed. It is called the mill rate because it is expressed in mills (one tenth of one cent) per dollar. The mill rate is the number of mills per dollar of a property's value.
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The Ministry of Government Relations will conduct further review and consult with business stakeholders and the municipal sector to develop a long-term policy for placing limits on mill rate factors to take effect in 2014.
SDCL 10-13-35, 10-13-38) When assessments rise faster than these tax limits, local officials compensate by lowering the mill rate.
Thus, counties with low taxable values tend to have high mill rates, and vice-versa.
A mill rate equal to half the annual amount "would be more representative of such operations and would be an incentive for them to stay in business and improve amenities," Pouliot suggested.
State law allows a maximum mill rate of 50 but this would require a change to the district's service plan by Aurora.
This drawdown is largely due to pay-as-you-go capital expenditures (for which reserves were specifically set aside) and maintenance of mill rates at their current levels.
EPT mill rates are decided in the budget process and announced on budget day.
8 million) could have been levied with a mill rate of only 275 mills.
ADEQUATE TAXING MARGIN: Recent assessed value (AV) losses required an increase in the district's limited debt service mill rate but adequate margin remains beneath the cap to absorb additional AV losses or stagnant growth.
The 20-year bond for the project is a debt that has raised the mill rate by .
11 mill rate have not been sufficient to cover debt service.
If the current budget request is approved, the mill rate will go up .