How Much Will I Pay in Taxes?
The amount of property taxes you pay is based on the assessed value of your property and the tax rate. The Tax Assessor determines the value of all taxable property as of January 1st. The County Commissioners meet during the spring of the year to determine the current year's tax rate. The amount of taxes can be determined by multiplying the tax rate by each $100 of assessed value. For example, with a tax rate of $0.73 and an assessed value of $100,000 the amount of taxes will be $730. Keep in mind that some municipalities have their own tax rate, which will be in addition to the County's rate. Click on this link to calculate estimated tax bill: TAX CALCULATOR

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1. What Do Property Taxes Pay For?
2. What Property is Taxed?
3. How Much Will I Pay in Taxes?
4. What are the Real Estate & Personal Property Tax Deadlines?
5. What about my Motor Vehicle Taxes?
6. Whom do I contact regarding my vehicle title or license plates?
7. What if I no longer own the vehicle, but have received an NC COMBINED VEHICLE REGISTRATION RENEWAL AND PROPERTY TAX NOTICE?
8. What if I transferred my license plate to another vehicle?
9. What if I receive a motor vehicle bill and I have moved to another state?
10. What if I am in the Military?
11. When should Vehicles be Listed?
12. What will happen if I don't pay the Motor Vehicle registration and tax by the due date?
13. How do I pay Taxes? (Refer to #5 for Motor Vehicles)
14. Who is Required to list property?
15. What is Tangible Personal Property?
16. When should Property be Listed?
17. How can Listing Forms be obtained?
18. Are Businesses required to list?
19. How do I request a Listing Extension?
20. What is Real Estate?
21. Should Real Estate be Listed Annually?
22. How is Real Estate Valued?
23. How do I appeal my Real Estate Value?
24. What Evidence do I need to present for Appeal?
25. Are Tax Records Private or Public Information?
26. Where is the Tax Office located?