Question by  Bob71 (27)

How much is a tax mill?


Answer by  Vladimir (459)

Property tax assessments are calculated based on the mill rate set by your town or county government. A mill is 1/1000th of a currency unit. The tax assessment is obtained by dividing the assessed value of your property by 1000 and multiplying that number by the mill rate in your locale.


Answer by  Att4372 (1704)

One mill is one-tenth of a cent. The mill rate determines property tax. A 40 mill tax is a 4 cent tax on each one dollar of assessed property value. A 200,000 home assessed at 100,000 with a 40 mill rate is taxed at $4,000.


Answer by  worker2746 (2434)

A tax mill is the amount that you pay per thousand dollars of property tax worth in your town. It will vary from municapality to town - depending on the factors involved.

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