Why did my taxes go up?
The tax rate is established initially by a vote of the residents within the boundaries of the taxing subdivision. Property tax rates are monitored and approved annually by the State Auditor. Examples of these taxing subdivisions would include public schools, fire districts, library district, ambulance district and cities.

Also, your taxes may increase because:

- Your rates are determined by the voters and may have increased.

- Values are determined by the assessor per NADA - & may have increased.

- You have a new vehicle

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1. Should I receive a personal property tax bill?
2. How much are my taxes?
3. What are the important tax dates and when are taxes due?
4. How are tax rates by location determined?
5. Why did my taxes go up?
6. What if I lose my personal property paid receipt?
7. Should I receive a real estate tax bill?
8. What is occupancy tax?