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

   
     
     
  Property Tax Estimator  
         
  Enter Assessment    
         
  Enter Municipality Millage  
  Enter School District Millage  
  Enter County Millage  
  Enter Other  
  TOTAL MILLS    
  Estimated Property Taxes  
 
 

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

TAX RATE MILLS   ASSESSMENT   PROPERTY TAX
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