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Ad Valorem Tax

Ad valorem means "according to value" in Latin.  An ad valorem tax is a tax based upon the assessed value of personal property or real property.  The tax is often a sales tax or value added tax or VAT that is usually imposed at the time of purchase.  Ad valorem taxes are usually imposed by States or local municipalities.

Property taxes are one form of ad valorem tax that can be imposed annually based on a revised assessed value of the property.  They are a major source of revenue for local municipalities and school systems.

 

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County Schools To Ask For Ad Valorem Tax Fund Increase Northeast Mississippi...
County schools to ask for ad valorem tax fund increase Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal The Union County School District39s Board of Trustees is expected to approve a 24.5 million budget for the fiscal year 2017 2018 that includes a four percent ad valorem tax increase request when it meets Monday, June 26. Under the budget proposal

Taxpayer Advocacy Comes To West County Richmond Standard
Richmond Standard Taxpayer advocacy comes to West County Richmond Standard You will find that acronym on your ad valorem tax statement, but many do not know the meaning or importance of that information or where to find the specific information contained in it. Meetings are free and open to all. For more information, go to

St. Augustine Officials To Recommend Fee Increases St. Augustine St. Augus...
St. Augustine officials to recommend fee increases St. Augustine St. Augustine Record Today marks the unofficial kickoff to budget season for the city of St. Augustine and a chance for commissioners to decide if they want to raise taxes or fees. and more raquo

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Hays County Residents, Time Has Come To Pay The Bond Piper San Marcos Corridor News Discussion and possible action to adopt an order by the Commissioners Court of Hays County, Texas authorizing the issuance of Hays County, Texas Limited Tax Bonds levying an annual ad valorem tax, within the limitations prescribed by law, for the

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Florida Times Union Green Cove Springs exploring possibility of helping convert Florida Times Union GREEN COVE SPRINGS The city is exploring the possibility of becoming a facilitator to help convert dilapidated properties that have city code enforcement and more raquo

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