Property Tax Information
How the Tax is Figured
Each class of property is assessed at a ratio unique to that type of property. The assessment ratio is applied to the market value of the property to determine the assessed value of the property. Each county and municipality then applies its millage rate to the assessed value to determine the tax due. The millage rate is equivalent to the tax per $1,000 of assessed value. For example, if the millage rate is 200 mills and the assessed value of the property is $1,000, the tax on that property is $200.
The following percentage of each class of property is used to determine the assessed value of the property for purposes of taxation:
Manufacturing Property 10.5% of fair market value
Utility Property 10.5% of fair market value
Railroads, Private Carlines, Airlines and Pipelines 9.5% of fair market value
Primary Residences 4.0% of fair market value
Agricultural Property (privately owned) 4.0% of use value
Agricultural Property (corporate owned) 6.0% of use value
Other real estate 6.0% of fair market value
Personal property 10.5% of income tax depreciated value
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