assessed valuation

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assessed valuation

The value of a property as determined by a municipality for real estate tax purposes; often this valuation is less than the true market value of the property.
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Through negotiations, Luminant and the county agreed that Comanche Peak s taxable value for 2014 will be set at $1.
However, Bulgaria's Local Taxes and Fees Act (LTFA) provides that garbage fee should be determined on the basis of quantities of garbage disposed by the owner, and when they can not established, the municipalities can use the taxable value of the property.
The cost of operating the pool is about $25,000 which mean a cost of 25 cents per $1,000 of taxable value.
Dumont said taxable values in the town decreased by 4.
The ministry said it put the total taxable value of land at an estimated 840.
These variations in taxable value rates are difficult to reconcile with the ability-to-pay approach, since taxpayers with the same dollar value of assets will pay different amounts in taxes depending on the type of asset owned.
Due to the method in which taxable value (TV) is calculated in Michigan, recent precipitous declines in market value are resulting in decreases in taxable value.
Bulgarian Ombudsman Konstantin Penchev has vowed to seek a suspension of the current garbage fee calculation method involving the property's taxable value.
When used appropriately, they lower the taxable value of a decedent's estate; their assets are usually subject to a discount due to a lack of marketability and control.
36 a year per $100,000 of taxable value, according to the sample ballot.
First the 1987 legislature specifically excluded from the caps annexation, new construction, rural improvement districts, special improvement districts, debt service, street maintenance districts, tax increment financing districts and jurisdictions in which taxable value declined by 5 percent or more.
Projected multi-year taxable value declines, if realized, will result in appreciable declines in total general fund revenues and reserves absent expenditure reductions, enhanced revenue sources, or a combination of both to achieve operating equilibrium.