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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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Florida Appeals Decision Clarifies Property Tax Liability On Condos With Land...
Law.com Florida Appeals Decision Clarifies Property Tax Liability on Condos With Land Leases Law.com Because Escambia County owns the land at issue, the land is exempt from ad valorem taxation under section 196.1991, Florida Statutes. Further, Section 192.00113, Fla. Stat., limits taxpayer to the person or other legal entity in whose name

Impact Aid Funds To Benefit TPS District Tahlequah Daily Press
Impact Aid funds to benefit TPS district Tahlequah Daily Press Ad valorem taxes, collected annually accounts for more than a quarter of most area school districts39 revenue budgets. The basic concept in the law is that the federal government will partially reimburse local school districts for tax revenue lost due

Boyd Calls Election To Establish Municipal Development District Wise County ...
Boyd calls election to establish municipal development district Wise County Messenger When the alcohol sales were passed, it increased our sales tax revenue. But because of the resolution that was passed in 1990, everything we gained came off the ad valorem taxes, said Boyd Mayor Rodney Holmes. We wanted to use a little bit of that

Mineral Extraction Companies Owe Wyoming Counties More Than 42 Million Wyomi...
Wyoming Public Media Mineral Extraction Companies Owe Wyoming Counties More Than 42 Million Wyoming Public Media In Campbell County, 75 percent of ad valorem taxes, or taxes on mineral production, go to the school system. That number varies county to county. If mineral companies won39t pay, many counties can39t afford collection efforts. The report proposes several

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