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Example: If the total assessed value of your property were $75,000, you would multiply the tax rate (also known as mill rate) per thousand times 75. ($75,000/1000).
Utilizing the 2005 City of Superior tax rate of $19.54 per $1,000 would result in the following real estate tax estimate:
(75,000/1000) 75 X $19.54 = $1465.50
Tax rates change on an annual basis. The total tax dollars (levy) to be collected is determined by the overall budget needs of the governmental and educational entities that require our tax dollars to provide the services we demand and expect. The total amounts of the levy (budgets) are then divided by the total assessed value of the community to determine the overall tax rate for that given year.
Additional questions and information can be reviewing in the Wisconsin Department of Revenues publication “Guide For Property Owners” which can be obtained at following web address - Guide For property Owners