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TRUSTDale Tip of the Day: *Property Tax Terms
Definitions of commonly-encountered terms regarding property taxes
Property taxes come with a lot of jargon and sifting through all of it can leave your head spinning. So, to make it easier we have defined some common property tax terms in plain English.
Abatement - forgiveness of a debt in whole or in part.
Ad Valorem Tax - a tax based on value, such as a property tax.
Arrears - The term used when taxes paid in the current year represent the taxes owed for the previous year.
Assessment/Appraisal - the process of determining the value of a property for property tax purposes.
Circuit Breaker - any property tax relief that limits or reduces property taxes for certain individuals.