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What Is A Mill Rate?
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A mill rate is a formula used to calculate property taxes by a local government on real estate properties in a particular district.  The value of a mill rate is expressed in mills per dollar of assessed valuation.  One mill equals one-tenth of a cent.  Therefore, a 4-cent tax rate would equal 40 mills. 

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