What is a mill levy?

Many state and local jurisdictions raise money from property taxes based on the value of property each person or business owns. The mill levy represents how much of your property's taxable value will be charged in property taxes. The mill levy is the "tax rate" that is applied to the assessed value of a property. One mill is one dollar per $1,000 of assessed value.

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