Property tax equalization rates in New York State
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Property tax equalization rates in New York State a review of their uses and fiscal implications by Larry D Schroeder

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Published by Metropolitan Studies Program, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University in Syracuse, N.Y .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Property tax -- New York (State)

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references

StatementLarry Schroeder
SeriesOccasional paper / Metropolitan Studies Program ; no. 34
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 32, A-11 p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14510945M

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  Equalization rates. An equalization rate is New York State's measure of a municipality's level of assessment. Total assessed value of municipality = equalization rate Total market value of municipality Equalization rates are percentages. For example: Equalization rate = Get this from a library! Property tax equalization rates in New York State: a review of their uses and fiscal implications. [Larry D Schroeder]. Property tax equalization rates in New York State: a review of their usees and fiscal implications / Larry Schroeder Metropolitan Studies Program, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs Syracuse, N.Y Australian/Harvard Citation. Schroeder, Larry. 1. On or before November fifteenth in each year, the county equalization agency of each county shall inquire into and ascertain as near as may be the percentage of full value at which taxable real property in each city and town therein is assessed, which percentage shall be the county equalization rate for such city or town. The county equalization agency shall determine the aggregate full.

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Equalization Rates. An equalization rate is New York State's measure of a municipality's level of assessment (LOA). The Equalization Rate is derived from the percentage of the Assessed Value of a town to the Market Value of a town. Once a property value is determined, its total assessment is calculated by multiplying the market value by the. The New York State Office of Real Property Services (ORPS) is statutorily obligated to administer an equalization program in order to assure equitable property tax allocation among nearly 4, taxing jurisdictions in New York State, and to insure the proper allocation of State Aid to Education funds, among other purposes. Executive Director, New York State Board of Equalization and Assessment Before discussing equalization rates, it might be helpful to mention, as background, some features of the property tax system in New York which distinguish our situation from yours or point up similarities. Features of Property Tax System in New York State.   The tax rate, is the amount of tax paid for each $1, of assessed property value. If all municipalities assessed property at percent of market value, equalization rates would not be necessary. However, most of the state’s more than school districts distribute their taxes among segments of several municipalities, many of which have.