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Property Tax and Millage Calculator

What's a mill?

Animated thief running with a pile of money Do you remember when you were in school and you were working on decimals?

The first number after the decimal point is tenths (.1), the second number after the decimal point is hundredths (.01), and going out three places is thousandths (.001), or "mills". Now here's where it gets confusing. One mill is .001. Ten mills is .010 & One hundred mills is  .100

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  Enter Municipality Millage  
  Enter School District Millage  
  Enter County Millage  
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Here’s an example:
The municipality charges 3 mills - .0030 mills.
The school district charges 30 mills - .0300 mills
The county charges 60 mills - .0060 - mills
TOTAL .0390 mills

Local .0030 X 100,000 = $ 300.00
School District .0300 X 100,000 = $ 3,000.00
County .0060 X 100,000 = $ 600.00
TOTAL .0390 X 100,000 = $ 3,900.00

Do you know about the Pennsylvania Property Tax & Rent Rebate Program? 

Older citizensAre you 65 and older? Are you a widow or widower age 50 or older? Are you disabled and 18 years old or older? The State of Pennsylvania offers a Property Tax and Rent Rebate Program for older adults and residents with disabilities. The maximum standard rebate is $650, but additional property tax assistance for qualifying homeowners can boost rebates to $975! This program has recently been expanded. Read more


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